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Volume 6 Supplement 2

Proceedings of CMA4CH 2010: Application of Multivariate Analysis and Chemometry to Cultural Heritage and Environment

Proceedings

Edited by Giovanni Visco

CMA4CH 2010: Multivariate Analysis and Chemometry to Cultural Heritage and Environment. Go to conference site.

Taormina, Italy26-29 September 2010

  1. The paper describes the motivation of SOMs (Self Organising Maps) and how they are generally more accessible due to the wider available modern, more powerful, cost-effective computers. Their advantages compare...

    Authors: Richard G Brereton
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S1
  2. Several standard powdered black pigments were characterized by means of thermogravimetry TG-DTG and allied techniques. These pigments were used to make standard plaster frescoes at this purpose prepared. The l...

    Authors: Tania Gatta, Luigi Campanella, Carlo Coluzza, Vania Mambro, Paolo Postorino, Mauro Tomassetti and Giovanni Visco
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S2
  3. Principal Component Analysis (PCA) and Hierarchical Cluster Analysis (HCA) were applied on PM10 particle data in order to: identify particle clusters that can be differentiated on the bases of their chemical c...

    Authors: Alessandra Genga, Federico Baglivi, Maria Siciliano, Tiziana Siciliano, Marco Tepore, Gioacchino Micocci, Carmela Tortorella and Domenico Aiello
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S3
  4. A quantitative structure-property relationship (QSPR) study is suggested for the prediction of retention times of volatile organic compounds. Various kinds of molecular descriptors were calculated to represent...

    Authors: Maryam Sarkhosh, Jahan B Ghasemi and Mahnaz Ayati
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S4
  5. Ground waters are an important resource of water supply for human health and activities. Groundwater uses and applications are often related to its composition, which is increasingly influenced by human activi...

    Authors: Pierina Ielpo, Daniela Cassano, Antonio Lopez, Giuseppe Pappagallo, Vito Felice Uricchio and Pasquale Abbruzzese De Napoli
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S5
  6. Herbaceous plants are common vegetal species generally exposed, for a limited period of time, to bioavailable environmental pollutants. Heavy metals contamination is the most common form of environmental pollu...

    Authors: Daniela Malizia, Antonella Giuliano, Giancarlo Ortaggi and Andrea Masotti
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S6
  7. The thermal oxidative degradation of aged and non aged cellulose samples of commercial paper was studied using thermogravimetry and derivative thermogravimetry under a forced air flow up to 800°C.

    Authors: Federico Marini, Mauro Tomassetti and Stefano Vecchio
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S7
  8. Although it is well known that any material degrades faster when exposed to an aggressive environment as well as that "aggressive" cannot be univocally defined as depending also on the chemical-physical charac...

    Authors: Rita Reale, Susanne H Plattner, Giuseppe Guida, Maria Pia Sammartino and Giovanni Visco
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S9
  9. Limestone basements holding bronzes or other copper alloys artefacts such as sculptures, decorations and dedicatory inscriptions are frequently met both in modern and ancient monuments. In outdoor conditions, ...

    Authors: Anna Maria Salvi, Fausto Langerame, Andrea Macchia, Maria Pia Sammartino and Marisa Laurenzi Tabasso
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S10
  10. Too often microclimate studies in the field of cultural heritage are published without any or scarce information on sampling design, sensors (type, number, position) and instrument validation. Lacking of this ...

    Authors: Giovanni Visco, Susanne Heidi Plattner, Patrizia Fortini, Serena Di Giovanni and Maria Pia Sammartino
    Citation: Chemistry Central Journal 2012 6(Suppl 2):S11

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