Preface – YOCOCU 2012, an Efficient Collision

Simone Cagno, Enrico Greco, Andrea Macchia, Fernanda Prestileo Procedia Chemistry Volume 8, 2013, Pages 1-2DOI: 10.1016/j.proche.2013.03.001 Abstract:In chemistry for a collision to be efficient, i.e. breaking atomic bonds allowing the formation of new molecules and compounds, the reagents have to collide with an energy that is proportional to the bond strength and a direction that depends onContinue reading “Preface – YOCOCU 2012, an Efficient Collision”

Conservation of copper alloys artefacts from archaeological excavation

Maura Mereu, Vilma Basilissi, Giuseppe Guida, Massimo Vidale, Maria Pia Casaletto, Gabriel Maria Ingo, Luciana Drago, Enrico Greco YOCOCU: Contribute and role of youth in conservation of cultural heritage, ISBN: 978-88-97484-01-1DOI: 10.13140/2.1.2424.3525 Abstract:The conservation work on the pilgrim’s flask from Casale del Fosso necropolis is a part of more comprehensive study project, which aims to examineContinue reading “Conservation of copper alloys artefacts from archaeological excavation”

Analytical characterization of plasters and stones coming from the 19th century Palazzo Fragapane in Grammichele (CT)

Fernanda Cantone, Enrico Ciliberto, Enrico Greco, Salvatore La Delfa, Gabriella Murgana YOCOCU: Contribute and role of youth in conservation of cultural heritage, ISBN: 978-88-97484-01-1DOI: 10.13140/2.1.3472.9282 Abstract:Plaster and stone samples coming from the 19 th century Palazzo Fragapane in Grammichele (CT) were collected and characterized by using several microanalytical techniques such as X-ray Diffraction (XRD), Scanning ElectronContinue reading “Analytical characterization of plasters and stones coming from the 19th century Palazzo Fragapane in Grammichele (CT)”

Use of echosounders in marine archaeology: survey of harbour in syracuse

Simona Raneri, Enrico Greco YOuth in COnservation of CUltural heritage, ISBN: 978-88-86208-59-8DOI: 10.13140/2.1.4062.7521 Abstract:Over the last ten years, the high-resolution marine geophysical survey field has witnessed significant advances in survey investigation equipment. New equipment are addressed towards the use of quantitative acoustic methods for the high-resolution mapping of the seafloor for archaeological heritage management. In particular,Continue reading “Use of echosounders in marine archaeology: survey of harbour in syracuse”