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This dataset was collected by Christopher Telford and Benjamin Burrows at Curtin University in 2014, as described in the linked article. Polyethylene cling film samples were analysed by ATR-FTIR spectroscopy, followed by chemometric analysis to assess the inherent diversity within and between different films.

Chemometric analysis was carried out using Unscrambler X v10.3.
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