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M. Simileanu, R. Radvan, Remote method and set up for submerged archaeological remain characterization, J. Optoelectronic. Adv. Mater., 13/5 (2011) 528 – 531.

 

Title: Remote method and set up for submerged archaeological remain characterization

Abstract: Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy is a technique that is proven its numerous advantages for different types of applications, and now its use range have been increased, giving us the possibility of making underwater investigation on cultural heritage objects, right in the environment where they are placed, without requiring any sampling or removal of the object from its original conditions. In the present paper we present results - part of a complex study - concerning LIBS underwater investigations with the purpose of identification of the chemical composition of archaeological artifacts that are found in saline mediums.

Key words: Water; Salt concentration; Archaeology; Metal; Double pulse; LIBS

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