List of figures p. ix List of tables p. xii Preface p. xiii Part I The Role of Analytical Chemistry in Archaeology p. 1 1 Archaeology and Analytical Chemistry p. 3 1.1 The history of analytical chemistry in archaeology p. 5 1.2 Basic archaeological questions p. 10 1.3 Questions of process p. 25 2 An Introduction to Analytical Chemistry p. 31 2.1 What is chemistry? p. 31 2.2 Analytical chemistry p. 38 2.3 Special considerations in the analysis of archaeological material p. 42 Part II The Application of Analytical Chemistry to Archaeology p. 45 3 Elemental Analysis By Absorption and Emission Spectroscopies in the Visible and Ultraviolet p. 47 3.1 Optical emission spectroscopy (OES) p. 47 3.2 Atomic absorption spectroscopy (AAS) p. 48 3.3 Inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectroscopy (ICP-AES) p. 57 3.4 Comparison of analysis by absorption/emission spectrometries p. 60 3.5 Greek pots and European bronzes.
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