'X-ray gun' identifies sources of Song Dynasty porcelains from a shipwreck in the Java Sea

  • Arthur Edward Brown, M.D., MPH Faculty of Medical Technology, Mahidol University, Thailand
Keywords: Java Sea, Shipwreck, Song ceramics, X-ray fluorescence

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Published
2019-07-28
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Brown A. ’X-ray gun’ identifies sources of Song Dynasty porcelains from a shipwreck in the Java Sea. ASEAN-JR [Internet]. 28Jul.2019 [cited 13Dec.2019];20(1):23-7. Available from: http://asean-journal-radiology.org/index.php/ajr/article/view/42