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This library contains FT-IR microscope transmission spectra of synthetic fibers from the Collaborative Testing Services' Reference Collection of Synthetic Fibers. It consists of spectra obtained from a collaborative project between Thermo Fisher Scientific and Dr. Jay A. Siegel and his co-workers in the School of Criminal Justice at Michigan State University.
All spectra were measured from pressed samples of the fibers using a Thermo Scientific FT-IR spectrometer and microscope system.
Contains 76 spectra
Data format: Deresolved
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