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    1. Toward a multimodal fusion of layered cultural object images: complementarity of optical coherence tomography and terahertz time-domain imaging in the heritage field

      Toward a multimodal fusion of layered cultural object images: complementarity of optical coherence tomography and terahertz time-domain imaging in the heritage field

      Terahertz time-domain imaging (THz-TDI) and spectral-domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT) are two techniques capable of providing 3D datasets from which depth profiles and cross-sectional images of an object can be derived. They are novel photonics technologies of particular relevance to the field of heritage science, for which the comprehension of the stratigraphic structure of a cultural heritage object may help in the understanding of its artistic technology and state of preservation. The differences in imaging depth, field of view, and axial/lateral resolutions of the two imaging techniques provide different but complementary information of the same scene. Through the use ...

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    2. Method and apparatus for three-dimensional compositional mapping of heterogeneous materials

      Laser ablation combined with spectrometric analysis is a good tool for determining the composition of heterogeneous materials. By measuring the depth of an ablation crater at a target of a heterogeneous material, it is possible to generate a compositional profile as a function of the depth. It is also possible to generate a 3 dimensional profile by depth profiling of a plurality of craters. The depth measurement is conducted in situ and in real time so that the evolution of composition as a function of the depth can be measured. An interferometric technique with a short coherence length light is ...
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    3. Method and apparatus for depth profile analysis by laser induced plasma spectroscopy

      Method and apparatus for depth profile analysis by laser induced plasma spectroscopy

      In a method of spectrochemical depth-profile analysis of heterogeneous materials, a first burst of ablation laser pulses in a first beam is directed at a sample to form an ablation crater. A second single pulse or burst of laser pulses in a second beam having a smaller width than said first beam is then directed at the bottom of the crater so as to create a plasma that emits radiation representative of a component in the sample without a significant contribution from the walls of the ablation crater. The intensity of radiation from the plasma is measured and the concentration ...

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