Archaeological Chemistry. Organic, Inorganic, and by Mary Virginia Orna

By Mary Virginia Orna

content material: New instructions in archaeological chemistry / Mary Virginia Orna and Joseph B. Lambert --
research of 9th century Thai glass / Joseph B. Lambert, Suzanne C. Johnson, Robert T. Parkhurst, and Bennet Bronson --
Chemical chronology of turquoise blue glass alternate beads from the Lac-Saint-Jean quarter of Québec / R.G.V. Hancock, S. Aufreiter, J.-F. Moreau, and that i. Kenyon --
courting flint artifacts with electron spin resonance: difficulties and customers / Anne F. Skinner and Mark N. Rudolph --
Provenance experiences on Easter Island obsidian : an archaeological program / F.R. Beardsley, G.G. Goles, and W.S. Ayres --
Chrono-cultural method in response to the instrumental neutron activation research of copper-based artifacts from the "contact" interval of northeastern North the USA / J.-F. Moreau and R.G.V. Hancock --
Electron microprobe and neutron activation research of gold artifacts from a one thousand A.D. Peruvian gravesite / Adon A. Gordus, Carl E. Henderson, and Izumi Shimada --
Chemical compositions of Tiberian asses, 15-23 A.D. / Giles F. Carter --
Copper-based artificial medieval blue pigments / Mary Virginia Orna --
Archaeological functions of inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry / R.H. Tykot and S.M.M. younger --
reports of soils from an Aleutian Island website / Henry J. Chaya --
Chemical research of residues in flooring and the reconstruction of formality actions on the Templo Mayor, Mexico / L.A. Barba, A. Ortiz, K.F. hyperlink, L. López Luján, and L. Lazos --
software of multimolecular biomarker suggestions to the identity of fecal fabric in archaeological soils and sediments / Richard P. Evershed and Philip H. Bethell --
research of fiber mineralization utilizing Fourier rework infrared microscopy / R.D. Gillard and S.M. Hardman --
X-ray diffractometric analyses of microstructure of mineralized plant fibers / H.L. Chen, D.W. Foreman, and Kathryn A. Jakes --
Clues to the previous : additional improvement of the comparative plant fiber assortment / Kathryn A. Jakes --
Updating fresh experiences at the Shroud of Turin / Alan D. Adler --
A re-examination of the radiocarbon date of the Shroud of Turin according to biofractionation of carbon isotopes and a fire-simulating version / D.A. Kouznetsov, A.A. Ivanov, and P.R. Veletsky --
components that impact the plain radiocarbon age of textiles / A.J.T. Jull, D.J. Donahue, and P.E. Damon --
research of cellulose chemical amendment : a in all likelihood promising strategy for characterizing archaeological textiles / D.A. Kouznetsov, A.A. Ivanov, and P.R. Veletsky --
Historico-chemical research of plant dyestuffs utilized in textiles from historical Israel / Zvi C. Koren --
Thermoluminescent research of burned bone : assessing the issues / Patrick T. McCutcheon --
hint components in bone as paleodietary signs / James H. Burton --
An electron microprobe evaluate of diagenetic alteration in archaeological bone / Diana M. Greenlee --
strong isotope research of bone collagen, bone apatite, and teeth tooth within the reconstruction of human nutrition : a case examine from Cuello, Belize / R.H. Tykot, N.J. van der Merwe, and N. Hammond --
Amino acid racemization and the consequences of microbial diagenesis / A.M. baby --
old DNA in Texas rock work / Ronnie L. Reese, Elmo J. Mawk, James N. Derr, Marian Hyman, Marvin W. Rowe, and Scott okay. Davis --
historical nucleic acids in Prehispanic Mexican populations / R. Vargas-Sanders, Z. Salazar, and Ma. C. Enriquez --
Radiocarbon relationship of old rock work / W.A. Ilger, Marian Hyman, J. Southon, and Marvin W. Rowe --
Radiocarbon calibration and the peopling of North the USA / C.M. Batt and A.M. Pollard --
Accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon dimension of submilligram samples / D.L. Kirner, J. Southon, P.E. Hare, and R.E. Taylor.

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Electron Spin Resonance as a Dating Technique Electron spin resonance (ESR) was proposed as a dating method as early as 1967 (1), but its practical application began with the work of Ikeya (2) in 1975. Since then, there have been substantial contributions based on carbonate materials, bones, and quartz. Griin (3) has written a good general review of the subject. ESR, which detects the presence of unpaired electrons, is extremely sensitive to the electronic environment, and has been used for archaeological provenance studies (4) as well as for dating.

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Dissertation, Northwestern University, Evanston, IL. (6) Goffer, Z. Archaeological Chemistry: a Sourcebook on the Applications of Chem­ istry to Archaeology; Wiley-Interscience: New York, NY, Chapter 9, 1980. (7) Brill, R. H. In Archaeometry of Glass, Bhardwaj, H. ; Indian Ceramic So­ ciety: Calcutta, 1987, section 1, pp 1-25. (8) Hench, L. L. In Proceedings of the XI International Congress on Glass; Survey Papers Vol. II: Prague, 1977, pp 343-369. (9) Hench, L. ; Clark, D. E. J. Non-Crys. Solids 1978, 28, 83-105.

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