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The art of building in the Roman period (89 B.C. – 79 A.D.): Mortars, plasters and mosaic floors from ancient Stabiae (Naples, Italy)
Abstract This current research is focused on the mineralogical and petrographic characterisation of mortar-based materials from Villa San Marco in the ancient Stabiae (modern Castellammare di Stabia,Expand
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In-situ technical study of modern paintings - Part 2: Imaging and spectroscopic analysis of zinc white in paintings from 1889 to 1940 by Alessandro Milesi (1856-1945).
We present a multi-analytical in situ non-invasive study of a series of emblematic paintings by Alessandro Milesi (1856-1945) from the collection of the International Gallery of Modern Art Ca' PesaroExpand
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Interpersonal Social Networks and Internationalization of Traditional SMEs
Abstract This study aims to understand the role of interpersonal social networks in the international strategies of “traditional SMEs,” namely small firms that are “born local” and that operate inExpand
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Rheology-sensitive response of zeolite-supported anti-inflammatory drug systems.
Drug release from inorganic supports is a challenge for the scientific community for various reasons, related to the low costs of the systems and the possibility of easily regulating the drugExpand
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Production technology of mortar-based building materials from the Arch of Trajan and the Roman Theatre in Benevento, Italy
Abstract.This research deals with the archaeometric study of mortars of two outstanding examples of Roman architecture in Benevento (southern Italy): The Roman Theatre and the Arch of Trajan. MortarsExpand
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Use of surface modified natural zeolite (SMNZ) in pharmaceutical preparations. Part 2. A new approach for a fast functionalization of zeolite-rich carriers
Abstract Main purpose of the research was to define an operative protocol, applicable at industrial scale, optimizing the functionalization of natural zeolites with surfactants, especially inExpand
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Non-invasive FTIR spectroscopy: new preliminary data for the identification of mineralogical phases forming Cultural Heritage materials
This paper focuses on the application of external reflection Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy for the classification of some minerals commonly used as gemstones and mineral collection: quartzExpand
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The combined use of spectroscopic techniques for the characterisation of Late Roman common wares from Benevento (Italy)
Abstract This paper reports the results of an archaeometric characterisation carried out on nineteen samples of Late Roman table and cooking ware by means of the combined use of spectroscopicExpand
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