Raman spectroscopic study of the basic copper sulphates—implications for copper corrosion and ‘bronze disease’

@inproceedings{Martens2003RamanSS,
  title={Raman spectroscopic study of the basic copper sulphates—implications for copper corrosion and ‘bronze disease’},
  author={Wayde N. Martens and Ray L. Frost and J. Theo Kloprogge and Peter A. Williams},
  year={2003}
}
The basic copper sulphates are of interest because of their appearance in many environmental situations such as copper pipe corrosion, restoration of brass and bronze objects, leaching from waste mineral dumps and the restoration of frescoes. The Raman spectra of the basic copper sulphate minerals antlerite, brochantite, posnjakite and langite are reported using a Nd-Yag laser operating at an excitation wavelength of 780 nm. In line with their crystal structures, each basic copper sulphate… CONTINUE READING

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