Ion beam induced luminescence (IBIL) was applied, along with cathodoluminescence (CL), on seven samples of marbles of historic and architectural interest. The CL colours, observed in a cold cathode device, have been related with the IBIL spectra. Moreover a detailed analysis of the IBIL spectral features allowed to disclose the influence of the chemical composition and to argue on the crystal-chemical role of the Mn2+. Beyond the chemical information and crystal-chemical interpretation, the spectra are recognised valuable for their significance as fingerprints of marbles in the field archaeological studies giving information of their nature and origin.

Ionoluminescence and cathodoluminescence in marbles of historic and architectural interest

LO GIUDICE, Alessandro;VITTONE, Ettore;MANFREDOTTI, Claudio;
2001-01-01

Abstract

Ion beam induced luminescence (IBIL) was applied, along with cathodoluminescence (CL), on seven samples of marbles of historic and architectural interest. The CL colours, observed in a cold cathode device, have been related with the IBIL spectra. Moreover a detailed analysis of the IBIL spectral features allowed to disclose the influence of the chemical composition and to argue on the crystal-chemical role of the Mn2+. Beyond the chemical information and crystal-chemical interpretation, the spectra are recognised valuable for their significance as fingerprints of marbles in the field archaeological studies giving information of their nature and origin.
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ion beam induced luminescence; marble; Mn2+ ion; calcite; dolomite; provenance
CORAZZA M; PRATESI G; CIPRIANI C; LO GIUDICE A; ROSSI P; E. VITTONE; MANFREDOTTI C; PECCHIONI E; MANGANELLI DEL FA C; RATINI F
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