volume 83, issue 4, P657-661 2006
DOI: 10.1007/s00339-006-3553-9
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Abstract: The laser-cleaning technique has been effectively employed in many areas. Recently it has led to a huge development in art restoration. However, this technique must be optimised to remove contaminations and encrustations from surfaces without generating any physical or chemical changes of the original material. Its use has been considered to clean a 4th century B.C. chamber gravesite in Torricelle, near Nola (Naples). The wall painting could not be seen owing to bioorganic surface layer and resinous material o…

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