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Title: Characterization of archaeological bronze corrosion products crossing EIS with voltammetry of immobilized particles
Authors: Capelo, Sofia
Keywords: Archaeological bronze
Voltammetry of immobilized particles
Copper compounds
Copper corrosion products
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Sofia Capelo, Characterization of archaeological bronze corrosion products crossing EIS with voltammetry of immobilized particles, Conference on Electrochemistry applied to conservation of artworks (CEACA 2017), Valência, Espanha, 27 de Março de 2017.
Abstract: Electrochemical impedance measurements were applied to microparticulate deposits of copper corrosion products attached to graphite electrodes in contact with different aqueous electrolytes (0.25 M HAc/NaAc (pH 4.75), 0.10 M HCl and 0.10 M HClO4) and the application of an interval of potentials between +0.25V to -0.75V. The conditions of operation were selected from a compromise between repeatability and sensitivity, being 0.10 M HClO4 and bias potential of 0.25 V adopted. The electrochemical impedance data were modeled on the basis of available equivalent circuits for corroded metal surfaces and the correlation between several pairs of circuit elements provided the characterization of different corrosion compounds regardless the amount of microparticulate solid on the electrode. Electrochemical grouping of samples from the archaeological Roman site of Gadara (Jordan, 4th century AD) suggests different provenances/manufacturing techniques, consistent with voltammetry of immobilized particles (VIMP) measurements. Thus, illustrating the capabilities of the intersection of such techniques in the archaeometric domain.
Type: lecture
Appears in Collections:PAO - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais
CIDEHUS - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais

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