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Identification of materials via physical properties, chemical tests, and microscopy.
Anton Alexander Benedetti-Pichler
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Identification of Materials Via Physical Properties Chemical Tests and Microscopy. Authors: Benedetti-Pichler, Anton A. Free Preview. Identification of Materials: Via Physical Properties Chemical Tests and Microscopy It emphasizes the identification of materials - inorganic, organic, organized (biological), common, rare, described or not described in the accessible literatur- as they actually occur in nature and industry, or are met in the investigation of mishaps.
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[A A Benedetti-Pichler] -- This book has been written for the practicing chemist whose occasional task may be qualitative analysis. It deals with the investigation of things as they are without any limitations to the scope.
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Microscopy has traditionally afforded the principal means of identifying historic fibres, alongside simple chemical and physical tests. However, these latter techniques are destructive and can require relatively large samples, considerations which are particularly problematic when dealing with fragile and valuable cultural artefacts.
Microscopy is a category of characterization techniques which probe and map the surface and sub-surface structure of a material. These techniques can use photons, electrons, ions or physical cantilever probes to gather data about a sample's structure on a range of length scales.
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Identification is a process of classification 4 or placing the fiber into a group or set with shared characteristics. This involves observing the physical and chemical properties of the fiber that help put it into sets with successively smaller memberships.
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Microscopic test is a technical test that involves identifying the fabric with the help of a microscope with a magnification of minimum power. The test can easily distinguish between fibers. The test identifies the natural fibers more easily as compared to man made ones. Optical tests: visual identification – microscopy.
Optical tests are the simplest tests available, and the use of a microscope allows the observer to see the fabrics up close. This is valuable because certain fibres have particular shapes which can be identified when viewed under a microscope.
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Note 2—For statements on precision and bias of the standard quantitative test methods for determining physical properties for confirmation of fiber identification refer to the cited test method.
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Chemical properties These describe what chemical reactions are likely to occur. We can observe how a sample reacts when mixed with other chemicals (water, acid). A material that can burn is described as flammable. Some materials rust (a type of oxidation reaction).
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