By Prof Maria Perla Colombini, Francesca Modugno
- Offers an outline of the research of artwork and archaeological fabrics utilizing options in line with mass spectrometry
- Illustrates easy rules, techniques and functions of mass spectrometric concepts.
- Fills a niche within the box of software on harmful equipment within the research of museum gadgets
- Edited via a world-wide revered experts with broad event of the GC/MS research of artwork gadgets
- Such a guide has been long-awaited by means of scientists, restorers and different specialists within the research of artwork gadgets
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Organic Mass Spectrometry in Art and Archaeology by Prof Maria Perla Colombini, Francesca Modugno