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Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier
 Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier
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Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier


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Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier


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Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier

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 Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier

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Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier

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 Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier

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A positive control for the azide test indicating the presence of reducible Sulphur in human hair.

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Cotton linter 40x taperlabel.jpg|300px|Photomicrograph of the tapered end .

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Material Name Manufacturer Supplier Test Results Date tested yyyy/mm/dd Tester Test(s) Used Description/ Composition Comments Material Type Results Image or Descriptiom

Fabrics

Material Name Manufacturer/ Supplier Test Results Date tested yyyy/mm/dd Tester Test Used Comments Color hue, shade Description/ Composition Results image or Description
Material Name Manufacturer Supplier Test Results Tested Tester Test Used Description/Composition Comments Color hue, shade Material Type Results
clear silicone rubber sheeting Acme Rubber Acme Rubber P 2018/1/19 MMA Oddy Test 0.125" thick; durometer: 40; manufacturer can dye-cut this sheeting if they are supplied drawings. However, their extruded silicone is a different compound and should not be confused with the sheeting. transparent, colorless Polymer - gasket Link to Control Coupons

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Ultra V 0405 Creation Baumann Creation Baumann T 2018/1/19 MMA Oddy Test beige Fabric - natural (eg.: cotton, linen)

Link to Control Coupons 2041 Si.jpg 2041 GA.jpg

Clay Adams Intramedic non-radiopaque polyethylene tubing Becton Dickinson Primary Care Diagnostics P 2018/1/19 MMA Oddy Test Reorder #427411 transparent, colorless Polymer - block/bulk/pellet Link to Control Coupons

2040 Si.jpg 2040 GA.jpg

Scotch ATG Gold adhesive transfer tape 908 3M T 2018/1/19 MMA Oddy Test transparent, colorless Polymer - adhesive - double-sided Link to Control Coupons

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Egosilicon 460 WHITE EGO Dichstoffwerke GnbH & Co. Betriebs KG P 2018/1/16 MMA Oddy Test 24-hr cure if 2 mm thick; cured white Polymer - adhesive - caulk or sealant Link to Control Coupons

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Egosilicon 460 Black EGO Dichstoffwerke GnbH & Co. Betriebs KG P 2018/1/16 MMA Oddy Test 24-hr cure if make 2 mm thick; cured black Polymer - adhesive - caulk or sealant Link to Control Coupons
2036 Si.jpg 2036 GA.jpg
Colorsil N in color RAL 7022 (gray) Kawo Karl Wolpers T 2018/1/16 MMA Oddy Test 24 hour cure; cured gray Polymer - adhesive - caulk or sealant Link to Control Coupons

2035 Si.jpg 2035 GA.jpg

PE60 Flesh (P60FLXL8) Ultralon Foam Group U 2018/1/8 MMA Oddy Test purchased 12/2017; Details: 34mm thick, 2ft x 3ft. Produced in Ho chi minh, Vietnam - only manufacture site for Ultralon. Batch made with pellets sourced from somewhere in Germany. Ultralon chemically cross-linked polyethylene foam using azo carbamide foaming agent, claim high 90% cross-linking. Can laminate with heat or glue. available in 24-44mm thickness. In vitrine or case flesh Polymer - foam - non-building insulation Link to Control Coupons
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Ultralon PE30 White Ultralon Foam Group T 2018/1/8 MMA Oddy Test ; purchased: 12/2017; Details: 41mm thick, 2ft x 3 ft. Produced in Ho chi minh, Vietnam - only manufacture site for Ultralon. Batch made with pellets sourced from somewhere in Germany. Ultralon chemically cross-linked polyethylene foam using azo carbamide foaming agent, claim high 90% cross-linking. Can laminate with heat or glue. available in 24-44mm thickness. In vitrine or case white Polymer - foam - non-building insulation Link to Control Coupons

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Ultralon PE140 White Ultralon Foam Group U 2018/1/8 MMA Oddy Test ; purchased: 12/2017; Details: 39.5mm thick, 2ft x 3ft, Produced in Ho chi minh, Vietnam - only manufacture site for Ultralon. Batch made with pellets sourced from somewhere in Germany. Ultralon chemically cross-linked polyethylene foam using azo carbamide foaming agent, claim high 90% cross-linking. Can laminate with heat or glue. available in 24-44mm thickness. In vitrine or case white Polymer - foam - non-building insulation Link to Control Coupons
2028 GA.jpg 2028 Si.jpg
EPU40 Carbon3D T 2018/1/8 MMA Oddy Test ; Details: black, dog bone shaped samples printed on M2 Printer and sent directly from manufacturer. Approximately 4 inches long, 1 inch wide with 8mm width at narrow portion of 'bone'. Novel polymer system developed to produce customizable sneaker supports. testing as possible customizable 'foam' or cushioning structure for shipping art. In vitrine or case black Polymer - block/bulk/pellet Link to Control Coupons

2027 GA.jpg 2027 Si.jpg

Viton 60 Rainbow Rubber P 2018/1/8 MMA Oddy Test ; black Viton® 60 1/8" thick y 3/4" wide black gasketing In vitrine or case black Polymer - gasket Link to Control Coupons
2025 GA.jpg 2025 Si.jpg
black SIL-B silicone foam with acrylic 3M Brand PSA backing adhesive Netherland Rubber Company T 2017/12/13 MMA Oddy Test In vitrine or case Polymer - gasket Link to Control Coupons
2014 GA.jpg 2014 Si.jpg
Brushed flannel, 3797-804 in black Designtex T 2017/12/13 MMA Oddy Test designed by West Elm; ; In vitrine or case black Fabric - synthetic, polymeric Link to Control Coupons

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Disegno profilo 8x2 2poli riga sud Perfil Srl T 2017/12/13 MMA Oddy Test In vitrine or case Polymer - gasket Link to Control Coupons

2012 GA.jpg 2012 Si.jpg

cabinet gasket material; black Delta Designs P 2017/12/13 MMA Oddy Test from Delta Designs case manufacturers; unknown where gasket is manufactured ; In vitrine or case black Polymer - gasket Link to Control Coupons

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Azote Evazote 30 Zote Foams UFP Technologies T 2017/12/13 MMA Oddy Test white; ; distributed by UFP; In vitrine or case white Polymer - foam - non-building insulation Link to Control Coupons

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Plastazote LD33 Zote Foams UFP Technologies T 2017/12/13 MMA Oddy Test supplier: UFP Technologies; white closed cell crosslinked PE foam; In vitrine or case white Polymer - foam - non-building insulation Link to Control Coupons

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Ethafoam Synergy; product: 1000 Sealed Air T 2017/12/13 MMA Oddy Test 2" thickness foam block; Natural foam; polyethylene foam; ordered: november 2017 from rep. Danny Blue [email protected]; In vitrine or case white Polymer - foam - non-building insulation Link to Control Coupons

2008 GA.jpg 2008 Si.jpg

Cellu-cushion; product: 120 Sealed Air T 2017/12/13 MMA Oddy Test roll-form; ; polyethylene foam; ordered: november 2017 from rep. Danny Blue [email protected]; In vitrine or case white Polymer - foam - non-building insulation Link to Control Coupons2007 GA.jpg 2007 Si.jpg
Volara 040A 0250WH Sekisui Voltek U 2017/12/13 MMA Oddy Test volara type A; white; 4 pcf density; 0.25" thick; ordered by Danielle through website, November 2017; In vitrine or case white

Link to Control Coupons 2006 GA.jpg 2006 Si.jpg


Image Description Photo credit
Cotton linter 40x taperlabel.jpg Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier.
Mits 10x.jpg Photomicrograph of mitsumata fibers at 100x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" Stain. Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier.
Mits 40x.jpg Photomicrograph of mitsumata fibers at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" Stain. Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier.



Wood Fibers Description Cell types Architecture Image
Gymnosperm (non flowering) Conifers most important group, they are generally evergreen and called “softwood” by tradespeople [examples: pine, spruce, hemlock] Longitudinal tracheids (fibers), parenchyma Bordered pits and ray crossfield pitting on tracheids Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier
Angiosperm (flowering) Both monocotyledon and dicotyledon trees can be evergreen or deciduous, called “hardwood” by tradespeople [examples: oak, maple, poplar, red and black gum] Tracheids, vessels, parenchyma, vasi-centric tracheids Simple and scaliform perforation plates, spiral thickening and pitting patterns on vessels Photomicrograph of the tapered end of a cotton linter fiber at 400x. Fibers have been stained with Graff "C" stain. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Paul Messier
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Image Sample Observations Azide Test Result
Control human hair.jpg Experimental control: human hair. Bubbles formed along the shaft of the fiber. Positive for reducible Sulphur.
Registrar Aileen.jpg Carpet sample from Registrar, Aileen's office. Bubbles formed along the shaft of the lighter colored fiber. No bubbles formed along the darker colored fibers. This indicates a fiber blend. Positive for reducible Sulphur.
Registrar Caitlyn.jpg Carpet sample from Registrar, Caitlyn's office. No bubble formation along the shaft of the fibers. Negative for reducible Sulphur.

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  • Fruit Fibers
cotton: seed hair from cotton boll, lint (long), linters, (short)
coir: hairs from husk of coconut palm
kapok: hairs from pod of kapok tree
cell types: fibers
architecture: cotton: collapsed lumen, convolutions



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Mitsumata.jpg
Mits 10x.jpg
Mits 40x.jpg

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Mitsumata plant cultivated in Japan. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Toshiaki Koseki.
Mitsumata plant cultivated in Japan.
Mitsumata plant cultivated in Japan. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Toshiaki Koseki. Mitsumata plant cultivated in Japan. Photo credit: Jennifer McGlinchey Sexton and Toshiaki Koseki.


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Fiber sample

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Numbered list

  1. Animal Skin/Leather
  2. Parchment
  3. Paper Bookbinding
  4. Cloth
  5. Pests

Fourth Level header

Test out how references work! Let's quote another page! [1]

Now go look how it appears down in the Reference section.

This is a reference test. [2]

References

  1. This is a page about book cloth, from the AIC Wiki.
  2. This is a page about pests., from the AIC WIKI.