By Kathryn A. Jakes
content material: Archaeological Chemistry: fabrics, equipment, and which means / Kathryn A. Jakes --
power for almost Nondestructive Radiocarbon and strong Carbon Isotopic Analyses on Perishable Archaeological Artifacts / Karen L. Steelman and Marvin W. Rowe --
Accelerator Mass Spectrometry Radiocarbon a while of an Oxalate Accretion and Rock work at Toca do Serrote da Bastiana, Brazil / Karen L. Steelman, Richard Rickman, Marvin W. Rowe, Thomas W. Boutton, Jon Russ, and Niede Guidon --
Measuring Lead Isotope Ratios in Majolica from New Spain utilizing a Nondestructive process / Susan Reslewic and James H. Burton --
Characterization of Archaeological fabrics through Laser Ablation-Inductively Coupled Plasma-Mass Spectrometry / Robert J. Speakman, Hector Neff, Michael D. Glascock, and Barry J. Higgins --
smooth and historical Resins from Africa and the Americas / Joseph B. Lambert, Yuyang Wu, and Jorge A. Santiago-Blay --
Characterization and Radiocarbon courting of Archaeological Resins from Southeast Asia / C.D. Lampert, I.C. Glover, C.P. Heron, B. Stem, R. Shoocongdej, and G.B. Thompson --
research of Glass Beads and Glass Recovered from an Early 17th-Century Glassmaking apartment in Amsterdam / okay. Karklins, R.G.V. Hancock, J. Baart, M.L. Sempowski, J.-F. Moreau, D. Barham, S. Aufreiter, and that i. Kenyon --
Morphology and Microstructure of Marine Silk Fibers / Rekha Srinivasan and Kathryn A. Jakes --
Electron Spin Resonance stories To discover the Thermal heritage of Archaeological items / Robert G. Hayes and Mark R. Schurr --
Geochemical research of Obsidian and the Reconstruction of alternate Mechanisms within the Early Neolithic interval of the Western Mediterranean / Robert H. Tykot --
Chemical, Technological, and Social facets of Pottery Manufacture within the los angeles Quemada area of Northwest Mexico / E. Christian Wells and Ben A. Nelson --
hint point research and Its position in reading Ceramics within the jap Woodlands / Christina B. Rieth --
Contribution of reliable Isotope research to knowing nutritional edition one of the Maya / Robert H. Tykot --
Chemical Compositions of chinese language cash of Emperor Ch'ien Lung (Qian lengthy) and Annamese cash of Emperor Thanh Thai through Energy-Dispersive X-ray Fluorescence / Tiffany Gaines, Eric McGrath, Vincent Iduma, Renee Kuzava, Sarah Frederick, and Mark Benvenuto.
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Analytes of interest were scanned three times and averaged. In most cases, the %RSD was less than 10%. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2002. 52 Monitoring the amount of material removed by the laser and transported to the ICP is complicated making normalization of data difficult. Conditions such as the texture of the sample, location of the sample in the laser cell, surface topography, laser energy, and other factors affect the amount of material that is introduced to the ICP torch and thus the intensity of the signal monitored for the various atomic masses of interest.
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Archaeological Chemistry. Materials, Methods, and Meaning by Kathryn A. Jakes