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Maria Jose de la Torre-López, Ana Dominguez-Vidal, Maria Jose Campos-Suñol, Ramon Rubio-Domene, Ulrich Schade and Maria Jose Ayora-Cañada Gold in the Alhambra: study of materials, technologies, and decay processes on decorative gilded plasterwork Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 45

Article first published online: 24 FEB 2014 | DOI: 10.1002/jrs.4454

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The combination of elemental, microstructural, and molecular characterization allowed for the identification of ancient gilding technologies and the main decay processes. Two different types of gilding were identified: one, original, employing a thin gold leaf and redecorations with a laminated structure of gold over tin foil. Degradation of the organic materials employed as binders and tin oxidation were the main decay processes affecting the gildings.

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