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228330) and through the support of the Italian MIUR (PRIN 2006035484, FIRB RBNE03SML9). The authors are grateful to several researchers The MOLAB Multitechnique Approach Miliani et al. that have contributed to the MOLAB activity: C. Anselmi, L. Cartechini, C. Clementi, A. Cosentino, A. Daveri, B. Doherty, K. Kahrim, V. Manuali, F. Presciutti, A. Romani, and M. Vagnini. BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION Costanza Miliani is Researcher at the CNR-ISTM (Istituto di Scienze e Tecnologie Molecolari) in Perugia.
The MOLAB multitechnique approach allows one to overcome the intrinsic limitation of each single spectroscopic method, thus gaining a high selectivity in the identification of materials. ) that generally are not analyzable by Raman spectroscopy due to the large interference from binder and varnish fluorescence. 43,44 The characterization of organic binders is intrinsically more challenging. However, employing mid- and near-infrared spectroscopy, encouraging results have been achieved, especially in contemporary canvas paintings that are generally less affected by constraints due to the small quantity of organic binder (with respect to wall paintings) or to the interferences from added restoration materials (with respect to ancient paintings).
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