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Influence of Copper Items Treatment Methods on XRF Results (Based on the Belt Stripping Clips from Kichigino I Burial Ground, Kurgan 5, Southern Trans-Urals)

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Abstract

The work deals with the issue of various restoration methods (mechanical brushing and Trilon B treatment) influence on X-Ray fluorescence analysis data. The different restoration methods effect poorly on the XRF analysis results of bronze items composition. However, the mechanical brushing and Trilon B treatment can influence on Pb and Bi contents towards an increase (mechanical brushing) or decrease (Trilon B) in them.

Keywords

Kichigino I burial ground Secondary alteration of bronze Restoration methods 

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Acknowledgments

The study was supported by RFBR, project No. 20-09-00205.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Institute of Mineralogy SU FRS MG UB RASMiassRussia
  2. 2.South Urals State UniversityChelyabinsk, MiassRussia

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