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Archaeologists, historians, chemists, and physicists have employed a variety of chemical and physical approaches to study artifacts and historical objects since at least the late 18th century. During the past 50 years, the chemistry of archaeological materials has increasingly been used to address a broad spectrum of anthropological topics, including preservation, dating, nativity, exchange, provenance, and manufacturing technology. This book brings together 28 papers that address how various analytical techniques can be used to address specific archaeological questions. Chemists, archaeologists, geologists, graduate students, and others in related disciplines who are investigating the use of archaeometric techniques will find this book of interest.
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Michael D. Glascock is a Senior Research Scientist at the University of Missouri, USA. Robert J. Speakman is a Physical Scientist at the Smithsonian Institution, USA. Rachel S. Popelka-Filcoff is a Post Doctoral Research Associate at the National Institute of Standards and Technology,
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Book Description American Chemical Society, 2007. Condition: new. Seller Inventory # think_cr2_0841274134
Book Description American Chemical Society, 2007. Condition: new. Seller Inventory # Holz_New_0841274134