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The Nondestructive Identification of Printing Pigments in Bank Notes Issued by Yantai XiGongshun, the Republic of China
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Two kinds of bank note issued by YanTai XiGongShun, the Republic of China, are collected by Laboratory of Printing History, School of Printing and Packaging Engineering, Beijing Institute of Graphic Communication. The colors on these bank notes are bright and the patterns and signs can be easily recognized. All bank notes are of the elongated shape, and are printed with bank name, par value, circulation area, anti-counterfeiting characters and decorative pictures in the front of the bank notes. The two colors on these bank notes were analyzed using laser Raman microscopy, and the results showed that the red, blue and green pigments are cinnabar, Lapis lazuli, respectively.

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OUYANG Yun, XU Min and YANG Li
Pages
533-536
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMR.174.533
Citation
J. L. Shi, Y. Mu, Y. Z. Zhang, W. G. Luo, R. Wang, X. Y. Fang, "The Nondestructive Identification of Printing Pigments in Bank Notes Issued by Yantai XiGongshun, the Republic of China", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 174, pp. 533-536, 2011
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