X-ray Powder Diffraction (XRPD) is one of the non-destructive techniques habitually used for the structural analysis of crystalline solids. This technique can therefore be used to differentiate between crystalline and vitreous or amorphous solids such as Smalt Cobalt Blue or the binders used in paints. The “final” pigments used in the artist's palette are frequently composed of a complex mixture of...
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