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  • Shades of green in 15th century paintings: combined microanalysis of the materials using synchrotron radiation XRD, FTIR and XRF

     Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Cotte, Marine; Cinque, Gianfelice; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Applied physics A. Materials science and processing
    Date of publication: 2013-04
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    A representative selection of green paintings from fifteenth century Catalonia and the Crown of Aragon are analyzed by a combination of synchrotron radiation microanalytical techniques including FTIR, XRD, and XRF. The green pigments themselves are found to be a mixture of copper acetates/basic copper acetates and basic copper chlorides. Nevertheless, a broader range of green shades were obtained by mixing the green pigment with yellow, white, and blue pigments and applied forming a sequence of micrometric layers. Besides the nature of the pigments themselves, degradation and reaction products, such as carboxylates, formates and oxalates were also identified. Some of the copper based compounds, such as the basic copper chloride, may be either part of the original pigment or a weathering product. The high resolution, high brilliance, and small footprint of synchrotron radiation proved to be essential for the analysis of those submillimetric paint layers made of a large variety of compounds heterogeneous in nature and distribution and present in extremely low concentrations.

  • Characterization of the structure, stability, mechanical and electrochemical properties of metallic glasses  Open access

     Duarte Correa, Maria Jazmin
    Defense's date: 2013-05-31
    Department of Applied Physics, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    Metallic glasses are often referred as glassy or amorphous alloys. They lack long-range order and microstructural defects that are characteristics in crystals, such as grain and phase boundaries and dislocations. These new materials have demonstrated very interesting structural and mechanical properties derived from their homogeneity in composition and the absence of grain boundaries. Structural, mechanical or chemical properties, among others, may be even superior to those observed in conventional metallic alloys, and therefore attracted great scientific and technological interest. In this thesis project three different families of metallic glasses were selected to achieve a better understanding of amorphous alloys. First, a Ce-based alloy has been used to analyze a polyamorphic transition upon application of pressure to a more densely packed structure. X-ray diffraction and inelastic x-ray scattering data show a polyamorphic transition in the 2-10 GPa range, and this transition presents a hysteresis cycle between both compression and decompression data. The effect of this transition on mechanical properties is then evaluated. Second, a family of Fe-based metallic glasses, or amorphous steels, was selected to study their mechanical and electrochemical properties as a function of the structure and composition. The composition of the base alloy was first modified by addition of Yttrium in different concentrations as microalloying element and the structure was changed by thermal annealing, forming intermediate crystal/amorphous composites, up to a complete crystallization state. Finally, an entirely new alloy for biocompatible purposes has been designed, synthesized, and characterized. The basic structural characterization of this new Zr-Ti based amorphous alloy shows that is possible to produce the amorphous state in an alloy that does not contain toxic or unhealthy elements.

    Los vidrios metálicos, comúnmente conocidos como aleaciones amorfas o vitrificadas, carecen de orden a largo alcance así como de defectos microestructurales comunes en los cristales, tales como dislocaciones o fronteras de grano y/o de fase. Esta nueva clase de materiales ha demostrado poseer propiedades muy interesantes derivadas de la ausencia de microestructura y la homogeneidad en su composición. Estas propiedades, estructurales, mecánicas y químicas, entre otras, pueden llegar a ser incluso superiores a las observadas en materiales convencionales, y por lo tanto los vidrios metálicos han atraído gran interés por parte de la comunidad científica así como de carácter tecnológico. En este proyecto de tesis se pretende obtener un mayor conocimiento sobre aleaciones metálicas amorfas, para lo cual se propusieron tres familias diferentes de vidrios metálicos. Primero, se utilizó una aleación de base Ce para analizar transiciones poliamórficas, entre un estado de baja densidad hacia una estructura densamente empaquetada, por efecto de la presión. Los resultados obtenidos por difracción de rayos X y dispersión inelástica de rayos X muestran una transición en un rango de presiones de 2 a 10 GPa presentando además histéresis con respecto a los datos obtenidos en compresión y descompresión. El efecto de dicha transición en las propiedades mecánicas de la aleación es también evaluado. En segundo lugar se eligió una familia de aleaciones de base Fe, conocidos también como aceros amorfos. Las propiedades mecánicas y electroquímicas en función de la estructura y la composición fueron evaluadas mediante la introducción de itrio como elemento microaleante y la modificación de la estructura por medio de tratamientos térmicos con la obtención de estructuras compuestas nanocristal-amorfo hasta una completa cristalización. Finalmente, se diseñó y sintetizó una aleación completamente nueva con el propósito de evaluar biocompatibilidad. La caracterización estructural básica de esta nueva aleación de base Zr-Ti sin elementos tóxicos y/o alergénicos muestra que es posible obtener aleaciones amorfas con las composiciones propuestas

  • Potters and pigments: preliminary technological assessment of pigment recipes of American majolica by synchrotron radiation micro-X-ray diffraction (Sr-mXRD)

     Iñañez, Javier G.; Madrid Fernandez, Marisol; Molera Marimon, Judit; Speakman, Robert J.; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Journal of archaeological science
    Date of publication: 2012-09-23
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  • The use of micro-XRD for the study of glaze colour decorations

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Molina Giralt, Gloria; Molera Marimon, Judit; Pla, Joaquim; Labrador, A.
    Applied physics A, Solids and surfaces
    Date of publication: 2012
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    Composition, nanostructure, and optical properties of silver and silver-copper lusters  Open access

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Pavlov, R.S.; Gutiérrez Repiso, Carolina; Climent Font, Aurelio; Molera Marimon, Judit
    Journal of applied physics
    Date of publication: 2012-09-01
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    Lusters are composite thin layers of coinage metal nanoparticles in glass displaying peculiar optical properties and obtained by a process involving ionic exchange, diffusion, and crystallization. In particular, the origin of the high reflectance (golden-shine) shown by those layers has been subject of some discussion. It has been attributed to either the presence of larger particles, thinner multiple layers or higher volume fraction of nanoparticles. The object of this paper is to clarify this for which a set of laboratory designed lusters are analysed by Rutherford backscattering spectroscopy, transmission electron microscopy, x-ray diffraction, and ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy. Model calculations and numerical simulations using the finite difference time domain method were also performed to evaluate the optical properties. Finally, the correlation between synthesis conditions, nanostructure, and optical properties is obtained for these materials.

  • SR-XRD and SR-FTIR study of the alteration of silver foils in medieval paintings

     Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Labrador, A.; Cinque, Gianfelice; Emerich, Hermann; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry
    Date of publication: 2011
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    Altarpieces and polychrome carved wood from the fifteenth century AD usually exhibit golden and silvery areas by the application of a very thin foil of metal. The metal foils were normally protected from the atmosphere by a varnish or resin which maybe either preserved or absent. Moreover, they were glued to the background surface by adhesive substances (egg yolk, drying oil or animal glue). The high proportion of the glueing substances often renders the development of reaction compounds. With time, silver alters blacken or simply disappear completely. In this paper, we study the alterations to metal foils from a selection of fifteenth century artworks showing different glueing agents, organic coatings and several degrees of conservation of the organic coatings and metal leafs. The submillimetric layered structure and the high variability and low amount of most of the compounds present in the different layers, as well as their differing nature (organic and inorganic) make the use of micron-sensitive highresolution techniques essential for their study. In particular, the high resolution, high brilliance and small footprint renders synchrotron radiation most adequate for their study. SR-XRD was performed to identify the reaction compounds formed in the different layers; μFTIR was used at to identify the silver protecting organic coatings, the metal foil glueing layers and the corresponding reaction compounds. The results obtained suggest that atmospheric corrosion is the dominant mechanism, and therefore that the degree of corrosion of the metal foils is mainly related to the conservation state of the protecting coatings.

  • SILVER NANOSTRUCTURES: CHEMICAL SYNTHESIS OF COLLOIDS AND COMPOSITES NANOPARTICLES, PLAMON RESONANCE PROPERTIES AND SILVER NANOPARTICLES MONOLAYER FILMS PREPARED BY SPIN-COATING  Open access

     Torres Heredia, Victor Elias
    Defense's date: 2011-11-08
    Department of Applied Physics, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya
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    El presente trabajo tiene como objetivo desarrollar en solución acuosa y a tem-peratura ambiente, rutas de síntesis química coloidal de nanopartículas de plata y nano-partículas compuestas estables. Se obtienen nanopartículas de plata reproducibles, con un control morfológico de tamaño y forma durante el proceso de síntesis. Llevamos a cabo el estudio de las propiedades ópticas (espectros de absorción de las resonancias de plasmones superficiales (SPR)) que caracterizan a una determinada forma y tamaño. El análisis incluye estructuras nanométricas de plata de diferentes tamaños, en ambientes diversos y formas diferentes, como esferas, prolates, y prismas de diferente sección transversal, etc Se ha demostrado que la síntesis química produce coloides de nanopartículas de plata esféricas y anisotrópicas estables. La morfología y estabilidad de las nanopartícu-las coloidales son estudiadas mediante técnicas de espectroscopia y microscopía elec-trónica. El rol y concentración necesaria de cada uno de los reactivos para producir co-loides estables mediante síntesis química son determinadas. Se ha demostrado que, con-trariamente a las opiniones actualmente expresadas en la literatura, es posible controlar el tamaño de las nanopartículas de plata y obtener coloides de nanopartículas de plata esféricas y anisotrópicas estables por largo tiempo, utilizando una ruta de síntesis quí-mica sencilla y una baja concentración de reactivos estabilizadores (PVP). Recubrimientos de nanopartículas esféricas de plata estabilizadas con polivinilpirroli-dona (PVP) sobre substratos de vidrio óptico son preparados mediante el proceso de spin-coating y un posterior tratamiento térmico. Diferentes morfologías tipo core-shell de Ag@SiO2 son preparados mediante un método químico simple y rápido, sin necesidad de adicionar reactivos de acoplamiento o modificadores superficiales de la sílice. Proponemos mecanismos de reacción para la preparación de diferentes nano-estructuras tipo core-shell de plata-sílice. Las nanopartí-culas compuestas de sílice-plata muestran unas propiedades de absorción de resonancia plasmónica muy evidentes. El trabajo de éste capítulo ha sido realizado en colaboración con Juan C. Flores, quien desarrolló la ruta de síntesis como parte de sus estudios de doctorado. Por último, una modificación del método sol-gel es empleada para la prepara-ción de nanopartículas de TiO2, y partículas compuestas de Ag@TiO2, SiO2@TiO2-Ag y SiO2@Ag@TiO2. Diferentes morfologías tipo core-shell son preparadas mediante un método químico simple y rápido sobre un substrato óxido, sin necesidad de adicionar agentes de acoplamiento o modificaciones superficiales. Las evidentes propiedades de absorción plasmónica de las nanopartículas de plata mostradas por las partículas com-puestas han demostrado la presencia de plata metálica sobre la titania, sin la posterior oxidación de la capa de plata por el contacto directo con la titania (TiO2). Esta evidencia es confirmada por la técnica de microscopía electrónica de alta resolución. Las propie-dades de absorción plasmónica de las partículas compuestas hacen a estos materiales muy prometedores para aplicaciones foto-catalíticas.

    The present work aims to develop chemical synthesis routes of stable colloidal silver nanoparticles and composites nanoparticles in aqueous solution at room tempera-ture. We obtain reproducible morphological control of silver nanoparticles size and shape during synthesis solely by solution chemistry and carry out the study of the opti-cal properties (surface plasmon resonances (RPS) absorption spectra) which character-ize a specific shape and size. The analysis includes silver nanosized bodies of different size, in diverse environments and of various shapes, as spheres, prolates, and prisms of different transversal section, etc. Synthetic wet chemistry routes yielding stable colloids of spherical and aniso-tropic silver nanoparticles are demonstrated, and the morphology and stability of the colloidal nanoparticles studied extensively through spectroscopy and electron micros-copy techniques. The role of each reagent and the concentrations required to obtain sta-ble colloid via these wet chemical routes is determined. It was shown that, contrary to commonly expressed opinions in the literature, it is possible to control the particle size of silver nanoparticles and obtain long-term sable colloids of both spherical and aniso-tropic silver nanoparticles using simple chemical routes and low concentration of stabi-lizing agent (PVP). Films of polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVP) stabilized spherical silver nanoparticles are also prepared, by using spin coating on standard optical glass plates and subsequent thermal processing. Different core-shell type morphologies of Ag@SiO2 are also produced using a simple and rapid chemical method, without using added coupling agents or surface modifications of silica. We propose reaction mechanisms for the formation of the dif-ferent silica-silver core-shell nanostructures. The silica-silver composite nanoparticle display clear plasmonic resonance absorption properties. This chapter work has been done in collaboration with PhD student Juan C. Flores who developed the synthesis route as part of his doctoral studies. Finally, a sol-gel chemistry approach was used to fabricate nanoparticles in the systems TiO2, Ag@TiO2, Ag@TiO2-SiO2 and TiO2@Ag@SiO2. Different core-shell morphologies are produced using a simple and rapid chemical method. without using added coupling agents or surface modifications of the oxide substrate. Clear silver na-noparticle plasmonic absorption properties shown by the composite nanoparticles demonstrate the formation of metallic Ag, without the oxidation of Ag nanoshell in di-rect contact with TiO2, evidence confirmed also by high resolution electron microscopy. The plasmonic absorption properties of the composites nanoparticles make them a promising material for photocatalytic applications.

  • Estudios técnicos de materiales refractarios del Noroeste argentino

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; González, Luís; Gluzmán, Geraldine
    Date of publication: 2010-12-20
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  • The role of microspectroscopy techniques in the study of historic artworks

     Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Spectroscopy Europe
    Date of publication: 2010-11
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  • Color and golden shine of silver islamic luster

     Gutierrez, P. Carolina; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Molera Marimon, Judit; Smith, Andrew D.; Climent Font, Aurelio; Tite ., M.S.
    Journal of the American Ceramic Society
    Date of publication: 2010-08
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  • Synchrotron radiation micro-XRD in the study of glaze technology

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Molera Marimon, Judit; Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Labrador, A.
    Applied physics A. Materials science and processing
    Date of publication: 2010-05
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  • Spectroscopy study of mural paintings from the Pyrenean Church of Saint Eulalia of Unha

     Clark, Robin J. H.; Hark, Richard R.; Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Journal of raman spectroscopy
    Date of publication: 2010-11
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  • MIRAS2009:2ª REUNIÓN NACIONAL DE MICROESPECTROSCOPIA INFRARROJA CON RADIACIÓN SINCOTRON

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat
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  • Identification of reaction compounds in micrometric layers from gothic paintings using combined SR-XRD and SR-FTIR

     Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Nicholson, J; Emerich, H; Labrador, A; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Talanta
    Date of publication: 2009-07
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    Synchrotron radiation X-ray diffraction ( -SR-XRD) and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy ( -SRFTIR) are used in the non-destructive identification of reaction and aging compounds from micrometric ancient painting layers. The combination of the micrometer size and non-destructive nature of the techniques together with the high resolution and brilliance of the synchrotron radiation has proved to be a procedure most advantageous for the study of reaction, aging and degradation processes. Copper, lead and calcium carboxylates and oxalates are determined in the chromatic, preparation and alteration layers from 15th century egg tempera and oil paintings. Their nature and crystallinity have been assessed. Some hypothesis about the mechanisms of development of both carboxylates and oxalates are presented.

  • Cobalt nanocrystallites encapsulated in boron nitride shells

     Calderon Moreno, Jose Maria; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel; Popa, M; Narita, I; Oku, T
    Materials science and engineering B. Solid state materials for advanced tech
    Date of publication: 2009-05
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  • Structural study of conventional and bulk metallic glasses during annealing

     Pineda Soler, Eloy; Hidalgo, I; Bruna Escuer, Pere; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Labrador, A.; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel
    Journal of alloys and compounds
    Date of publication: 2009-01
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  • The use of combined synchrotron radiation micro FT-IR and XRD for the characterization of Romanesque wall paintings

     Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Pantos, E; Bahrami, F; Labrador, A; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Applied physics A. Materials science and processing
    Date of publication: 2008-01
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  • Temperature resolved reproduction of Medieval luster

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Molera Marimon, Judit; Pantos, E; Smith, A D; Martin, C M; Labrador, A
    Applied physics A. Materials science and processing
    Date of publication: 2008-01
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  • The invention of lustre: Iraq 9th and 10th centuries AD

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Molera Marimon, Judit; Smith, A D; Tite, Michael S.
    Journal of archaeological science
    Date of publication: 2008-03
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  • Structural evolution of metallic glasses during annealing through in-situ Synchrotron X-ray diffraction

     Pineda Soler, Eloy; Boneu, F; Bruna Escuer, Pere; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Labrador, A; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel
    Journal of non-crystalline solids
    Date of publication: 2008-05
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  • Technology of Islamic lustre

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Molera Marimon, Judit; Smith ., A.D.; Climent Font, Aurelio; Tite ., M.S.
    Journal of cultural heritage
    Date of publication: 2008-12
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    Replications of the lustre layers have been produced using laboratory-controlled conditions, based on a 13th century AD lustre recipe. The characteristics of the lustre layers obtained by using different paint and glaze compositions, thermal paths and atmospheres are summarised. The key parameters needed to reproduce the colours, composition and metallic optical response shown by medieval lustres are given. Analysis of the microstructural, chemical and optical characteristics of the reproductions gives a deep insight into the conditions needed for the production of lustre layers with different colours and shines. The necessary changes and improvements in the lustre process from the beginning of the lustre production (Iraq 9th and 10th centuries AD), through the Fatimid (Egypt 11th and 12th centuries AD) and later Syrian and Persian (late 12th and 13th centuries AD) productions are reviewed.

  • Avances en Arqueometría 2005.Actas del VI Congreso Ibérico de Arqueometría

     Molera Marimon, Judit; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Date of publication: 2008-01
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  • Chapter 1. Lead frits in Islamic and Hispano Moresque glazed productions

     Molera Marimon, Judit; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Vendrell, M
    Date of publication: 2008-01
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  • Proyecto de línea de luz en alba dedicada a la docencia

     Serrano Gutierrez, Jorge; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel
    VI Taller Iberoamericano de Educación en Ciencia y Tecnología de Materiales
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  • Producción de vidrios metálicos masivos. Estudio de la estructura local y estabilidad para la mejora de propiedades mecánicas

     Crespo Artiaga, Daniel; Bruna Escuer, Pere; Rojas Gregorio, Jose Ignacio; Pineda Soler, Eloy; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Serrano Gutierrez, Jorge; Labrador, A.; Garrido Galera, Victor; Torres Heredia, Victor Elias; Flores Garcia, Juan Carlos
    Participation in a competitive project

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  • Discovery, production and use of tin-based opacifiers in ancient glass, enamels and glazes: a reassessment

     Tite, Michael S.; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Shortland, A
    Archaeometry
    Date of publication: 2008-02
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  • Study of crystallization process of Fe65Nb10B25 and Fe70Nb10B20 glassy metals

     Torrens-Serra, J; Bruna Escuer, Pere; Rodrguez-Viejo, J; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Clavaguera-Mora, T Pradell & M T
    Reviews on advanced materials science
    Date of publication: 2008-05
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  • Early Islamic lustre from Egypt, Syria and Iran (10th to 13th century AD)

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Molera Marimon, Judit; Smith, A D; Tite, Michael S.
    Journal of archaeological science
    Date of publication: 2008-07
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  • Microstructure description from the differential Avrami formulation

     Crespo Artiaga, Daniel; Bruna Escuer, Pere; Pineda Soler, Eloy; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Reviews on advanced materials science
    Date of publication: 2008-05
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  • Mare de Déu dels Consellers, de Lluís Dalmau. Una nova tècnica per a una obra singular

     Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Francesc, Ruiz; Hermann, Emerich; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Butlletí del Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya
    Date of publication: 2008-12
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  • Key parameters in the production of medieval luster colors and shines

     Molera Marimon, Judit; Bayes, C; Roura, P; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Journal of the American Ceramic Society
    Date of publication: 2007-07
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  • Magnetic properties of dense carbon nanospheres prepared by chemical vapor deposition

     Calderon Moreno, Jose Maria; Labarta Mancho, Jesus Jose; Batlle, X; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel; Binh, V T
    Chemical physics letters
    Date of publication: 2007-10
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  • Stable silver colloidal dispersions using short chain polyethylene glycol

     Popa, Monica Mihaela; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel; Calderon Moreno, Jose Maria
    Colloids and surfaces A: physicochemical and engineering aspects
    Date of publication: 2007-03
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  • Metallic and non-metallic shine in luster: an Elastic Ion Backscattering study [art.103518]

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Climent-Font, A; Molera Marimon, Judit; Zucchiatti, A; Ynsa, M D; Roura, P; Crespo Artiaga, Daniel
    Journal of applied physics
    Date of publication: 2007-05
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  • La química de l'art

     Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Revista de la Societat Catalana de Química
    Date of publication: 2007-08
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  • In situ synchrotron X-ray diffraction study during annealing of conventional and bulk-forming metallic glasses

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    EUROMAT 2007. European Congress and Exhibition of Advanced Materials and Processes
    Presentation's date: 2007-09-10
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  • Identification of 15th century AD paintings by SR FTIR microspectroscopy

     Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
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  • Identification of 15th century AD paintings by SR-FTIR microspectroscopy

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat
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  • Luster decoration of ceramics : Mechanisms of metallic luster formation

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Molera Marimon, Judit; Bayés, C; Roura, P
    Applied physics A. Materials science and processing
    Date of publication: 2006-05
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  • Physical processes involved in the production of the ancient pigment, Egyptian Blue

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Hatton, G D; Tite, Michael S.
    Journal of the American Ceramic Society
    Date of publication: 2006-04
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  • Colour variations in 13th century Hispanic lustre - an EXAFS study

     Smith, A D; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Roque, T; Molera Marimon, Judit; Vendrell, M; Dent, A J; Pantos, E
    Journal of non-crystalline solids
    Date of publication: 2006-10
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  • Synchrotron radiation and neutron study of a 7th-century BC Corinthian-type bronze helmet at the Manchester Museum

     Pantos, E; Kockelmann, W; Chapon, L C; Lutteroti, L; Bennet, S L; Tobin, M J; Mosselmans, J F W; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Garner, R; Prag, A J N W
    Final Workshop COST Action G8: Non-destructive testing and analysis of museum objects
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  • Islamic lustre production

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    UK Synchrotron Radiation Users Meeting 2006
    Presentation's date: 2006-09-12
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  • Synchrotron radiation and neutron study of a 7th-century BC Corinthian-type bronze helmet at the Manchester Museum

     Salvado Cabre, Nativitat; Buti Papiol, Salvador; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Pantos, E; Kockelmann, W; Chapon, L C; Lutteroti, L; Bennet, S L; M, J
    Date of publication: 2006-11
    Book chapter

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  • Characterization of ancient painting pigments using Synchrotron Radiation

     Buti Papiol, Salvador; Pradell Cara, Trinitat; Tobuin, M¿S; Pantos, E
    Date of publication: 2006-06
    Book chapter

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  • Structure of nanographitic carbon filaments

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Participation in a competitive project

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  • Microstructural study of medieval lustre

     Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Participation in a competitive project

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  • Relationship between liquid atomic structure and glass forming ability of Mg based metallic glasses

     Pineda Soler, Eloy; Pradell Cara, Trinitat
    Participation in a competitive project

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