Cultural Materials Science Laboratory: Technical Study
Description: (Same as Conservation M210L.) Laboratory, four hours. Requisites: courses M213 (or M216) and one course from Conservation 260 through M264. Corequisite: course C112 or CM212 (or Conservation M210). Research-based laboratory through object-based problem-solving approach in conservation materials science. Experimental techniques, characterization, and analysis of archaeological and ethnographic materials (using materials science principles and reverse engineering processes) to determine technological features, defects, and products of alteration. Hands-on experience with noninvasive imaging and spectroscopic techniques, sampling and sample preparation methods, analysis of microsamples. Letter grading.
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