Experimental Study of the Egyptian blue degradation by the copper chloride cancer
Tutor / director / evaluatorGiménez Izquierdo, Francisco Javier
Document typeBachelor thesis
Rights accessOpen Access
Egyptian blue, which was the first synthetic pigment to be used in antiquity, consists of crystals of calcium-copper tetrasilicate. Based on previous investigations and literature synthesis recipes, different experiments to obtain this pigment have been made using the analytical techniques Raman and XRD. The main aim of this work was the study the pigment degradation by the copper chloride cancer and to investigate the application of Raman to the identification of ancient pigments.
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