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They describe glass as a material, including its physico-chemical properties, raw materials, methods, physical processes, and materials for providing colors and tints, and how the composition of European glass has evolved; mass spectrometric methods for provenancing studies; and methods for determining the elemental composition and other properties of glass samples using energetic electromagnetic radiation, including X-rays for elemental glass analysis at the major to trace level, for speciation, and for 3D imaging, methods that use synchrotron radiation, forms of electron microscopy, analyzing minute glass fragments or entire vessels using ion beam methods, and instrumental neutron activation analysis.
Then Hoffman, a young University of Toronto-trained geologist refined a technique called Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis.
One practical biological marker identified by Karagas is toenail clippings, with arsenic content measured via instrumental neutron activation analysis.