Nuclear Techniques for Cultural Heritage Research

IAEA Radiation Technology Series No. 2

Subject Classification: 0300-Nuclear Measurements, Techniques and Instrumentation

English STI/PUB/1501; (ISBN:978-92-0-114510-9); 205 pp.; 72 figures; € 58.00; Date Published: 2011

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This publication highlights the role of nuclear techniques for cultural heritage research. As cultural heritage objects are frequently unique and non-replaceable, non-destructive techniques are mandatory and, hence, nuclear techniques have a high potential to be applied to study these valuable objects. The target readers of this publication are scientists and professionals involved in development and application of nuclear techniques, experts in the field of restoration, conservation and classification of artefacts, as well as museum curators and archaeologists. Students in these various fields may also find this book valuable.

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