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António Pires de Matos. Concluiu o(a) Doutoramento em University of Cambridge, UK em 1971 pelo(a) University of Cambridge. Recebeu 2 prémio(s) e/ou homenagens. Nas suas atividades profissionais interagiu com 7 colaborador(es) em coautorias de trabalhos científicos.
Identification

Personal identification

Full name
António Pires de Matos

Citation names

  • Matos, António

Author identifiers

Ciência ID
881D-7FC5-BF3C
Education
Degree Classification
1971
Concluded
University of Cambridge, UK (Doutoramento)
Major in Outra:Sem especialidade
University of Cambridge, United Kingdom
"Studies in Protactinium Chemistry" (THESIS/DISSERTATION)
1956/10 - 1962/07
Concluded
Licenciatura em Engenharia Química Undustrial (Licenciatura)
Major in Química
Instituto Superiror Técnico, Portugal
15
Outputs

Publications

Book chapter
  1. Medici, Teresa; Lima, Augusta; Pires de Matos, António; Vilarigues, Márcia. "O papel dos materiais geológicos no estudo de proveniência de vidros". Portugal: Associação Portuguesa para o Estudo do Quaternário (APEQ),
Conference paper
  1. Matos, António Pires de; Marçalo, Joaquim. "A brief review of mass spectrometry in cultural heritage". 2008.
  2. Matos, António Pires de; Lima, Augusta; Lopes, Filipa; Vilarigues, Márcia; Marçalo, Joaquim. "Glass in Cultural Heritage – An Introduction". 2008.
  3. Matos, António Pires de; Lopes, Filipa; Lima, Augusta; Vilarigues, Márcia; Coroado, João; Carvalho, Catarina; Andrade, Ana. "Real fábrica de vidros de Coina – Chemical analysis of archaeological glass fragments". 2006.
Thesis / Dissertation
  1. Catarino, Helena; Matos, António Pires de. "Vidros da Terra. O vidro tardomedieval e moderno em Portugal (séculos XIV-XVII). O contributo da arqueologia". PhD, 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/10316/26739.
  2. Quintas, Fernando Manuel Baêta, 1966-; Vidal, Jorge, 1942-; Matos, António Pires de, 1938-. "Vitral : contemporaneidade e sedução do poder". PhD, 2015. http://hdl.handle.net/10451/18331.
  3. Ruivo, Andreia Filipa Cardoso; Pina, Fernando; Laia, César; Matos, António Pires de. "Synthesis and characterization of innovative luminescent glasses for artistic applications". PhD, 2013. http://hdl.handle.net/10362/11279.
  4. Lima, Augusta; Matos, António Pires de; Verità, Marco. "Chemical analysis of 17th century Millefiori glasses excavated in the Monastery of Sta. Clara-a-Velha: comparison with Venetian and façon-de-Venise production". Master, 2010. http://hdl.handle.net/10362/5104.
  5. Lopes, Filipa; Matos, António Pires de. "Uranium glass in museum collections". Master, 2008. http://hdl.handle.net/10362/1954.
  6. Vilarigues, Márcia; Silva, Rui; Matos, António Pires de. "Estudo do efeito da adição de iões metálicos na corrosão de vidros potássicos". PhD, 2008. http://hdl.handle.net/10362/6926.
  7. Ruivo, Andreia Filipa Cardoso; Matos, António Pires de; Calhorda, Maria José Diogo da Silva, 1949-. "Síntese de vidro rubi por redução de AU+ e CU+ e formação de nanopartículas". Master, 2008. http://catalogo.ul.pt/F/?func=item-global&doc_library=ULB01&type=03&doc_number=000564030.

Other

Other output
  1. Lopes, Filipa; Lima, Augusta; Pires De Matos, António; Custódio, Jorge; Cagno, Simone; Schalm, Olivier; Janssens, Koen; et al. 2017. Characterization of 18th century Portuguese glass from Real Fábrica de Vidros de Coina. This work reports the first systematic chemical characterization of Portuguese 18th century glassware. 28 selected glass fragments, recovered from an archaeological excavation carried out in the site where King D. João V of Portugal established an important glass manufacture, Real Fábrica de Vidros de Coina (Coina Royal Glass Factory), were studied. This factory operated from 1719 until 1747, the. http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S2352409X16304254.
    https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jasrep.2017.05.020
  2. Oliveira, Rosa Maria de; Almeida, Teresa; Matos, António Pires de; Ruivo, Andreia; Antunes, Aquino. 2008. Luminescent glasses in art. In this study the application of luminescent glasses under UV light in artworks is explored. Several lanthanide oxides were used in the glass composition to obtain different colours. A brief comparison with the conventional glass artwork using neon is made. Future conservation was taken into account and the compatibility studies of mixtures of different glasses were studied.. http://hdl.handle.net/10773/8259.
    10.1016/j.culher.2008.06.002
  3. Matos, António Pires de; Lopes, Filipa; Ruivo, Andreia; Muralha, Vânia S. F.; Lima, Augusta; Duarte, Pedro; Paiva, Isabel; Trindade, Romão. 2008. Uranium glass in museum collections. The presence of uraniumglass objects in museum and private collections has raised radiation protection concerns resulting from possible exposure to ionizing radiation emitted by this type of object. Fourteen glass objects with different uranium contents were studied. Dose rates (b þ g radiation)were measured with a beta/gamma probe at several distances fromthe glass objects. In general, the determ. http://hdl.handle.net/10362/5534.
  4. Matos, António Pires de; Valério, Pedro; Markowicz, A; Kregsamer, P; Araújo, Maria de Fátima; Chinea-Cano, E; Carvalho, Catarina. 2003. Energy-dispersive x-ray fluorescence analysis of modern coloured glasses from Marinha Grande (Portugal). The elemental composition (K, Ca, Ti, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, As, Se, Sr, Ba, Nd and Pb) of modern coloured glasses was obtained by energy-dispersive x-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometry. This nondestructive technique is frequently used in the analysis of historical glass objects. Two reference glasses were also measured to assess the overall accuracy of the EDXRF method. Reference and unkn. http://hdl.handle.net/10362/5145.
  5. Matos, António Pires de; Valério, Pedro; Markowicz, A; Kregsamer, P; Araújo, Maria de Fátima; Chinea-Cano, E; Carvalho, Catarina. 2003. Energy-dispersive x-ray fluorescence analysis of modern coloured glasses from Marinha Grande (Portugal). The elemental composition (K, Ca, Ti, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, As, Se, Sr, Ba, Nd and Pb) of modern coloured glasses was obtained by energy-dispersive x-ray fluorescence (EDXRF) spectrometry. This nondestructive technique is frequently used in the analysis of historical glass objects. Two reference glasses were also measured to assess the overall accuracy of the EDXRF method. Reference and unkn. http://hdl.handle.net/10362/5145.
Distinctions

Other distinction

2016 Prémio Alberto Romão Dias
2009 Fellow of The Society of Glass Technology