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Casting Light on the Darkening of Colors in Historical Paintings

Bibliographic reference Da Pieve, Fabiana ; Hogan, C. ; Lamoen, D. ; Verbeeck, J. ; Vanmeert, F. ; et. al. Casting Light on the Darkening of Colors in Historical Paintings. In: Physical Review Letters, Vol. 111, p. 208302 1-5 (2013)
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