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 Maurizio Licchelli

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March 2017 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 10 Issue 2, April 2017
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In recent years, UV-induced fluorescence (UVIFL) photography has proven to be very effective when studying the surface of historical musical instruments, such as violins. This technique makes it possible to highlight superficial details not clearly perceptible with visible light (e.g., retouchings, superficial distribution of varnishes, or wear). The data retrieved ...
Keywords: historical violins, FTIR, Stradivari, UV fluorescence



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