In-situ investigation of discolouration processes between historic oil paint pigments
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- Microchimica Acta, 2006, 155 (1-2), pp. 319 - 322
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Discolouring interactions between paint pigments have been observed since the mid 19th century. The source of some of these discolourations is the production of copper sulfides from an interaction between cadmium sulfide pigments and copper containing pigments. In this work, the discolouring interaction between cadmium yellow and malachite pigments was observed dynamically using the environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM).
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