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Sgamellotti, A. A non-invasive XRF study supported by multivariate statistical analysis and reflectance FTIR to assess the composition of modern painting materials. Spectrochim. Acta, Part A 2009, 71, 1655–1662. ; Brunetti, B. G. Raman scattering features of lead pyroantimonate compounds: implication for the non-invasive identification of yellow pigments on ancient ceramics. Part II. In-situ characterization of Renaissance plates by portable micro-Raman and XRF. J. Raman Spectrosc. 2010, in press.
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Since saccharides are common environmental contaminants, an analysis of polysaccharide binders requires the quantitative evaluation of each sugar in order to assess whether it is present above or below the detection limit and can or cannot thus be used to identify the gum. Blank evaluations will be discussed later in this section. 13 The identification of lipids is based on the quantitation of mono- and dicarboxylic acids after saponification. Polyunsaturated acylic chains contained in fresh, nonaged drying oils (linseed oil, walnut oil, poppy seed oil, or tung oil) are not observed in aged oil paint layers because polyunsaturated acylic chains are subject to oxidative cleavage thus forming R,ω-dicarboxylic fatty acids, such as pimelic acid, suberic acid, sebacic acid, and azelaic acid being the most abundant, which can then be considered as markers for the presence of an aged drying oil.