|In situ noninvasive study of artworks: the MOLAB multitechnique approach|
C Miliani, F Rosi, BG Brunetti, A Sgamellotti
Accounts of chemical research 43 (6), 728-738, 2010
|Reflection infrared spectroscopy for the non-invasive in situ study of artists’ pigments|
C Miliani, F Rosi, A Daveri, BG Brunetti
Applied Physics A 106, 295-307, 2012
|The exceptional near-infrared luminescence properties of cuprorivaite (Egyptian blue)|
G Accorsi, G Verri, M Bolognesi, N Armaroli, C Clementi, C Miliani, ...
Chemical Communications, 3392-3394, 2009
|Particle-modified consolidants: a study on the effect of particles on sol–gel properties and consolidation effectiveness|
C Miliani, ML Velo-Simpson, GW Scherer
Journal of Cultural Heritage 8 (1), 1-6, 2007
|Degradation process of lead chromate in paintings by Vincent van Gogh studied by means of synchrotron X-ray spectromicroscopy and related methods. 1. Artificially aged model …|
L Monico, G Van der Snickt, K Janssens, W De Nolf, C Miliani, J Verbeeck, ...
Analytical chemistry 83 (4), 1214-1223, 2011
|Vibrational and electronic properties of painting lakes|
C Clementi, B Doherty, PL Gentili, C Miliani, A Romani, BG Brunetti, ...
Applied Physics A 92, 25-33, 2008
|Fluorescence spectroscopy: a powerful technique for the noninvasive characterization of artwork|
A Romani, C Clementi, C Miliani, G Favaro
Accounts of chemical research 43 (6), 837-846, 2010
|A spectrophotometric and fluorimetric study of some anthraquinoid and indigoid colorants used in artistic paintings|
C Miliani, A Romani, G Favaro
Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 54 (4 …, 1998
|FT-NIR spectroscopy for non-invasive identification of natural polymers and resins in easel paintings|
M Vagnini, C Miliani, L Cartechini, P Rocchi, BG Brunetti, A Sgamellotti
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 395, 2107-2118, 2009
|Degradation process of lead chromate in paintings by Vincent van Gogh studied by means of spectromicroscopic methods. 4. Artificial aging of model samples of co-precipitates of …|
L Monico, K Janssens, C Miliani, G Van der Snickt, BG Brunetti, ...
Analytical chemistry 85 (2), 860-867, 2013
|Raman scattering features of lead pyroantimonate compounds. Part I: XRD and Raman characterization of Pb2Sb2O7 doped with tin and zinc|
F Rosi, V Manuali, C Miliani, BG Brunetti, A Sgamellotti, T Grygar, D Hradil
Journal of Raman Spectroscopy: An International Journal for Original Work in …, 2009
|Mapping of egg yolk and animal skin glue paint binders in Early Renaissance paintings using near infrared reflectance imaging spectroscopy|
KA Dooley, S Lomax, JG Zeibel, C Miliani, P Ricciardi, A Hoenigswald, ...
Analyst 138 (17), 4838-4848, 2013
|Degradation process of lead chromate in paintings by Vincent van Gogh studied by means of synchrotron X-ray spectromicroscopy and related methods. 2. Original paint layer samples|
L Monico, G Van der Snickt, K Janssens, W De Nolf, C Miliani, J Dik, ...
Analytical chemistry 83 (4), 1224-1231, 2011
|Acidichromic effects in 1, 2‐di‐and 1, 2, 4‐tri‐hydroxyanthraquinones. A spectrophotometric and fluorimetric study|
C Miliani, A Romani, G Favaro
Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry 13 (3), 141-150, 2000
|Noninvasive analysis of paintings by mid-infrared hyperspectral imaging|
F Rosi, C Miliani, R Braun, R Harig, D Sali, BG Brunetti, A Sgamellotti
Angew. Chem. Int. Ed 52 (20), 5258-5261, 2013
|A non-invasive XRF study supported by multivariate statistical analysis and reflectance FTIR to assess the composition of modern painting materials|
F Rosi, A Burnstock, KJ Van den Berg, C Miliani, BG Brunetti, ...
Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy 71 (5 …, 2009
|Non-invasive identification of surface materials on marble artifacts with fiber optic mid-FTIR reflectance spectroscopy|
C Ricci, C Miliani, BG Brunetti, A Sgamellotti
Talanta 69 (5), 1221-1226, 2006
|Non-invasive investigations of paintings by portable instrumentation: the MOLAB experience|
B Brunetti, C Miliani, F Rosi, B Doherty, L Monico, A Romani, ...
Analytical Chemistry for Cultural Heritage, 41-75, 2017
|Microanalytical identification of Pb-Sb-Sn yellow pigment in historical European paintings and its differentiation from lead tin and Naples yellows|
D Hradil, T Grygar, J Hradilová, P Bezdička, V Grűnwaldová, I Fogaš, ...
Journal of Cultural Heritage 8 (4), 377-386, 2007
|In-situ identification of copper-based green pigments on paintings and manuscripts by reflection FTIR|
D Buti, F Rosi, BG Brunetti, C Miliani
Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry 405, 2699-2711, 2013