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Pigments and colourants are materials that have an enormous impact on how artworks are appreciated. Therefore{,} it is no surprise that since the first applications of Raman spectroscopy in art analysis{,} the study of this group of materials has gained special attention. Whereas the first applications often involved the identification of (mostly inorganic) pigments{,} the field has broadened towards the analysis of organic materials{,} such as synthetic pigments. Moreover{,} the study of dyes has gained from the developments in surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS). Moreover{,} recently micro-spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (micro-SORS) was developed as a promising technique to study layered structures{,} such as paint layers.

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Vandenabeele, Peter, Anastasia Rousaki, Mafalda Barrocas Dias Teixeira da Costa, Luc Moens, and Howell GM Edwards. 2019. “Pigments and Colourants.” In Raman Spectroscopy in Archaeology and Art History, Volume 2, ed. Peter Vandenabeele and Howell Edwards, 61–67. London, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry.
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Vandenabeele, P., Rousaki, A., Barrocas Dias Teixeira da Costa, M., Moens, L., & Edwards, H. G. (2019). Pigments and colourants. In P. Vandenabeele & H. Edwards (Eds.), Raman spectroscopy in archaeology and art history, volume 2 (pp. 61–67). London, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry.
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Vandenabeele P, Rousaki A, Barrocas Dias Teixeira da Costa M, Moens L, Edwards HG. Pigments and colourants. In: Vandenabeele P, Edwards H, editors. Raman spectroscopy in archaeology and art history, volume 2. London, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry; 2019. p. 61–7.
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Vandenabeele, Peter et al. “Pigments and Colourants.” Raman Spectroscopy in Archaeology and Art History, Volume 2. Ed. Peter Vandenabeele & Howell Edwards. London, UK: Royal Society of Chemistry, 2019. 61–67. Print.
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  abstract     = {Pigments and colourants are materials that have an enormous impact on how artworks are appreciated. Therefore\{,\} it is no surprise that since the first applications of Raman spectroscopy in art analysis\{,\} the study of this group of materials has gained special attention. Whereas the first applications often involved the identification of (mostly inorganic) pigments\{,\} the field has broadened towards the analysis of organic materials\{,\} such as synthetic pigments. Moreover\{,\} the study of dyes has gained from the developments in surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS). Moreover\{,\} recently micro-spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (micro-SORS) was developed as a promising technique to study layered structures\{,\} such as paint layers.},
  author       = {Vandenabeele, Peter and Rousaki, Anastasia and Barrocas Dias Teixeira da Costa, Mafalda and Moens, Luc and Edwards, Howell GM},
  booktitle    = {Raman spectroscopy in archaeology and art history, volume 2},
  editor       = {Vandenabeele, Peter and Edwards, Howell},
  isbn         = {9781788011389},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {61--67},
  publisher    = {Royal Society of Chemistry},
  title        = {Pigments and colourants},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1039/9781788013475-00061},
  year         = {2019},
}

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