Notice "Feasibility study on nondestructive methods for identification of the origin of nephrite based on near-infrared spectroscopy and chemometrics"

Auteurs
  • Gu, An
  • Luo, Han
  • Yang, Xiao-dan
Titre de l'article/du chapitre
Feasibility study on nondestructive methods for identification of the origin of nephrite based on near-infrared spectroscopy and chemometrics
Titre de la source
Sciences of Conservation and Archaeology
Volume ou tome
27
Numéro
3
Date de publication
20150800
Numéros de page
78-83
Collationnement
6 p. : ills.
Langue du texte
Chinese
Langues du résumé
Chinese;English
Références bibliographiques
Includes bibliographic references
Mots clés anglais-sujet
  • spectroscopy
  • infrared
  • chemometrics
  • nephrite
  • nondestructive
Résumé
Jade (nephrite) is an admired and salient feature of Chinese culture. The identification of the origin of nephrite in objects is important for archaeology, conservation and appraisal. Currently, many of the techniques used for the nephrite mineral analysis cannot be used for the cultural relics because most of them are destructive, lack quantitative accuracy and utilize complicated data analysis. In this paper, near-infrared spectroscopy and chemometrics were used for identification of nephrite from Hetian China, Qinghai China, Russia and Korea. Experiments show that this method can identify nephrite from the four origins quickly, accurately and nondestructively. This work provides a new feasible approach for identifying the origins of jade relics.
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MCI
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Numéro d'accession MCI
38980
Type d'enregistrement
Abstract
Type de document
Serial
Level Niveau bibliographique
Analytic
Numéro BCIN
440175
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