CULTURAL HERITAGE-APPLIED SPECTROSCOPY LABORATORY
Learning outcomes of the course unit
In-depth study of the optical spectroscopy through a primarily experimental approach.
Allow students to master simple spectroscopy techniques and know which experimental parameters can influence the final result.
Provide a number of basic elements in advanced spectroscopic techniques utilised in the cultural heritage field.
Students must have taken the Experimental Physics and Introduction to Modern Physics courses.
Course contents summary
References to diffraction and interference.
Spectrometers: diffraction grating, sources and detectors
In-lab creation of simple spectrometers and interferometers. </ P>
Measurement of visible UV absorption.
Overview of thermoluminescence.
Nuclear magnetic resonance (with laboratory)