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LIBS : A new tool in archaeometry?

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Our experience with the development and use of a transportable, user -friendly LIBS instrument designed for use in the museum, the conservation laboratory or even at the excavation site is described and the potential of LIBS in archaeometry is discussed.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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