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Historical Pigments Revealed by Pump-Probe Microscopy

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Abstract

Nonlinear optical pump-probe microscopy is able to sensitively extract excited state dynamics from historical art pigments. This technique allows three-dimensional imaging and characterization of different pigments, with far reaching applications for conservation science.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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