16 October 2010

Articles on X-ray Analysis (1997-2007)

Advances in X-ray Analysis (AXA) are the proceedings of X-ray conferences organised by The International Centre for Diffraction Data (ICDD).
The articles are freely available to download from their website, except for the volumes from 2008 and 2009.
I made a selection of the articles related with cultural heritage:

Advances in X-ray Analysis, Vol. 51, 2007

Analysis of Pigments Used in a Japanese Painting
Y. Hayakawa, S. Shirono, S. Miura, T. Matsushima

Microscanning XRF, XANES and XRD Studies of the Decorated Surface of Roman Terra Sigillata Ceramics (pdf)
C. Mirguet, P. Sciau, P. Goudeau, A. Metha, P. Pianetta, Z. Liu, N. Tamura

Advances in X-ray Analysis, Vol. 50, 2006

Non-Destructive Analysis of a Painting, National Treasure in Japan
Y. Hayakawa , S. Shirono, S. Miura, T. Matsushima, T. Uchida

Advances in X-ray Analysis Vol. 49, 2005
Identification of Painting Materials Used for Mural Paintings by Image Analysis and XRF
S. Shirono, Y.Hayakawa

Advances in X-ray Analysis, Vol. 47, 2003

Analysis of Art Objects and other Delicate Samples: is XRF Really Non-Destructive? (pdf)
M. Mantler, J. Klikovits

Applications of X-Ray Diffraction in Conservation Science and Archaeometry
M.-C. Corbeil
Design of EDXRF Equipment for the Nondestructive Study of Prints
M. Ardid, J.L. Ferrero, C. Roldán, D. Juanes, J.L. Lluch, R. Vives, P. Punter
Portable XRF Analysis of Japanese Historical Objects
Y. Hayakawa

Synchrotron Applications in Archaeometallurgy: Analysis of High Zinc Brass Astrolabes
B. Newbury, B. Stephenson, J. Almer, M. Notis, G.S. Cargill, III, G.B. Stephenson, and D. Haeffner
X-Rays in Art and Archaeology - An Overview
M. Schreiner, B. Frühmann, D. Jembrih-Simbürger and R. Linke

Advances in X-ray Analysis, Vol. 46, 2002

Identification of Forged Works of Art by Portable EDXRF Spectrometry
(pdf) M. Ardid, J.L. Ferrero, D. Juanes, C. Roldán, M. Crespo, M.E. Pernett, M. Marzal, M. Burke, S. Rovira, R. Vives

Advances in X-ray Analysis Vol. 44, 2000

Analysis of Pigments used in Scroll Paintings of a National Treasure "Tale of Genji" using a Portable X-Ray Fluorescence Spectrometer
K. Sugihara, K. Tamuara, M. Satoh, Y. Hayakawa, Y. Hirao, S. Miura, H. Yotsutsuji, Y. Tokugawa

EDXRF Analysis of Pigments of Works of Art from the Spain's Cultural Heritage
J.L. Ferrero, C. Roldan, D. Juanes, C. Morera, and E. Rollano

Advances in X-ray Analysis Vol. 42, 1998

Applications of Micro XRF for the Analysis of Traditional Japanese "Ainu" Glass Beads and other Artifacts
K. Sugihara, M. Satoh, Y. Hayakawa, A. Saito and T. Sasaki

Advances in X-ray Analysis Vol. 41, 1997

Evaluation of Monolithic Polycapillary X-Ray Lenses for sub-mm Local XRF Analysis of Artistic Objects
B. Vekemans, K. Janssens , G Vittiglio, F. Adams, L. Andong and Y. Yiming

Micro-analysis of Artists’ Pigments by Grazing-Emission X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry
Martine Claes, Rita Van Ham, Koen Janssens and René Van Grieken