FTIR files for myrtle wood, myrtle cheese and cunnite

Published: 13-04-2018| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/696pvskktv.1
Contributors:
Christopher Dean,
Ernst Horn

Description

FT-IR raw data and processed data. Sample CD091 is myrtle wood Sample CD079 is myrtle cheese (a lignomor) Sample CD089 is myrtle coal (cunnite) (a lignomor derived from myrtle cheese) Sample CD103 is myrtle coal (cunnite) (a lignomor derived from myrtle cheese) Sample CD065 is another type of lignomor from myrtle Sample CD064 is another type of lignomor from myrtle

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Steps to reproduce

The myrtle wood and lignomors have to be collected from the forest. These samples were from the Styx Valley in Tasmania. Then they have to be weighed, then dehydrated and re-weighed. Then they have to be ground to a fine powder. The samples were analysed by Fourier Transform Infrared spectroscopy and the spectra run through a spectral library to find matches.