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Raman microscopy has proven uniquely suited for the identification and study of mineral and organic pigments in art historical research and conservation science  . The qualities that make this technique appropriate to the study of artefacts and artwork include its molecular specificity, high spatial resolution (= 1 µm), broad spectral range (4000 to 10 cm -1 ), and non-destructiveness. Recent instrumental advances that include highly efficient optics, sensitive CCD detectors, compactdoi:10.1017/s1431927602104284 fatcat:4t7x345olbcwpfz3r757jyjcha