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Historical pigments revealed by pump-probe microscopy

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Villafaña, TE; Samineni, P; Warren, WS; Fischer, MC
Published in: Laser Science, LS 2012
December 1, 2012

Nonlinear optical pump-probe microscopy is able to sensitively extract excited state dynamics from historical art pigments. This technique allows three-dimensional imaging and characterization of different pigments, with far reaching applications for conservation science. © OSA 2012.

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Laser Science, LS 2012

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9781557529565

Publication Date

December 1, 2012
 

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Villafaña, T. E., Samineni, P., Warren, W. S., & Fischer, M. C. (2012). Historical pigments revealed by pump-probe microscopy. In Laser Science, LS 2012.
Villafaña, T. E., P. Samineni, W. S. Warren, and M. C. Fischer. “Historical pigments revealed by pump-probe microscopy.” In Laser Science, LS 2012, 2012.
Villafaña TE, Samineni P, Warren WS, Fischer MC. Historical pigments revealed by pump-probe microscopy. In: Laser Science, LS 2012. 2012.
Villafaña, T. E., et al. “Historical pigments revealed by pump-probe microscopy.” Laser Science, LS 2012, 2012.
Villafaña TE, Samineni P, Warren WS, Fischer MC. Historical pigments revealed by pump-probe microscopy. Laser Science, LS 2012. 2012.

Published In

Laser Science, LS 2012

ISBN

9781557529565

Publication Date

December 1, 2012