Data for: A complementary spectroscopic approach for the non-invasive in-situ identification of synthetic organic pigments in modern reverse paintings on glass (1913-1946)

Published: 20 Feb 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/zt6bgj8ms5.1

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DRIFT reference spectra of 10 synthetic organic pigments.

PR1: Para red, pure (Acros Organics)
PR3: Toluidinrot rein T 10004 (Farbwerke Franz Rasquin AG)
PR4: Permanentrot SG3H (Kali-Chemie AG Berlin)
PR6: Permanentrot hell (Kremer)
PO5: Permanentrot 2 G extra (G. Siegle & Co. GmbH)
PR83: Alizarin Krapplack dunkel (Schmincke)
PG1: Fanal Grün D 8330 (BASF)
PV2: Fanalviolett D 5460 (BASF)
PY12: Permanentgelb DHG (Hoechst)
PY3: Echtgelb rein R 10 G (Farbwerke Franz Rasquin AG)

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This data is associated with the following publication:

A complementary spectroscopic approach for the non-invasive in-situ identification of synthetic organic pigments in modern reverse paintings on glass (1913–1946)

Published in: Journal of Cultural Heritage

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    2019-02-20

    Published: 2019-02-20

    DOI: 10.17632/zt6bgj8ms5.1

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    Steger, Simon; Bretz, Simone; Hahn, Oliver; Stege, Heike (2019), “Data for: A complementary spectroscopic approach for the non-invasive in-situ identification of synthetic organic pigments in modern reverse paintings on glass (1913-1946)”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/zt6bgj8ms5.1

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Analytical Chemistry, Spectroscopy, Culture Heritage, Pigment, Non-Destructive Testing, Diffuse Reflectance Infrared Fourier Transform Spectroscopy

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