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Understanding the chemistry of coins and its implication for conservation

This presentation has been adapted for online reading and learning. It was originally presented at the Histories of Metallurgy and Metal Material Culture symposium at ANU in November 2022. All items are copyright of Portable Spectral Services.

This is the on screen progress of the elemental map forming while scanning Roman Era Coins. The elemental map is sped up.

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