Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) was applied to a set of microsamples of Apulian red-figured pottery coming from the archaeological sites of Altamura, Arpi, Conversano, Monte Sannace, Taranto and Pella. EIS data using Fe(CN)6 3-/Fe(CN)6 4- as a redox probe yields information on the roughness, porosity, shape and size distribution of inclusions in the clay body. Impedance parameters after equivalent circuit modeling permit the discrimination of manufacturing in Apulian and Attic modes as well as the characterization of the different archaeological sites.

Electrochemical methods to discriminate technology and provenance of Apulian red-figured pottery. II: EIS

Michele Giannuzzi;Annarosa Mangone;Lorena Carla Giannossa
2022-01-01

Abstract

Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) was applied to a set of microsamples of Apulian red-figured pottery coming from the archaeological sites of Altamura, Arpi, Conversano, Monte Sannace, Taranto and Pella. EIS data using Fe(CN)6 3-/Fe(CN)6 4- as a redox probe yields information on the roughness, porosity, shape and size distribution of inclusions in the clay body. Impedance parameters after equivalent circuit modeling permit the discrimination of manufacturing in Apulian and Attic modes as well as the characterization of the different archaeological sites.
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