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Fig. 6

From: Non-invasive identification of paint binders in illuminated manuscripts by ER-FTIR spectroscopy: a systematic study of the influence of different pigments on the binders’ characteristic spectral features

Fig. 6

Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum MS 1058–1975, fol. 13v (a) and 14r (b). ER-FTIR spectra collected on the blue background (T2, c), the green jewel (T3, d) and the blue centre of the peacock feather (T’4, e). Characteristic bands for azurite, a proteinaceous binder and smalt are shown. The main absorptions for brochantite are marked with B; the pigment’s overtones and/or combination bands are labeled with o(functional group)

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