Web Date: March 15, 2017
Plastic film decodes the chemistry of priceless art objects
Beyond their beauty and cultural significance, ancient art objects are covered in chemicals that provide a window into their history: how they were created or used, or where they’ve been. But conservators and chemists have limited options for detecting surface chemicals without damaging the priceless works.
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