Raw data of GC-MS analysis of Later Stone Age adhesives from Steenbokfontein Cave, Western Cape

doi: 10.4121/ddc23e52-c230-45a8-a921-56469c0129e7.v2
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doi: 10.4121/ddc23e52-c230-45a8-a921-56469c0129e7
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Aleo, Alessandro; Jerardino, Antonieta ; Chasan, Rivka; Despotopoulou, Myrto ; Ngan-Tillard, Dominique et. al. (2024): Raw data of GC-MS analysis of Later Stone Age adhesives from Steenbokfontein Cave, Western Cape . Version 2. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset. https://doi.org/10.4121/ddc23e52-c230-45a8-a921-56469c0129e7.v2
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Steenbokfontein Cave, Western Cape, South Africa
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The dataset contains data collected as part of the Ancient Adhesives project under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme Grant Agreement No. 678 804151 (Grant holder G.H.J.L.). It is being made public to act as supplementary data for a publication and for other researchers to use this data in their own work.

The dataset includes eight .zip with the raw GC-MS data and one .Xlsx files containing the processed information used in the manuscript "A multi-analytical approach reveals flexible compound adhesive technology at Steenbokfontein Cave, Western Cape ". Each .zip file contains the files necessary to open and manipulate the data using the original software Agilent OpenLab 2.5.

  • 2023-12-14 first online
  • 2024-06-14 published, posted
Within each .zip file, there is a .DX file (for opening with Agilent OpenLab 2.5) and accompanying .ACAML, .DX, .MFX, .BIN, .RX, .PMX, and .AMX files
  • Ancient Adhesives - A window on prehistoric technological complexity (grant code 804151) [more info...] European Research Council
TU Delft, Faculty of Mechanical, Maritime and Materials Engineering (3mE), Department of Materials Science and Engineering; University of South Africa, Department of Anthropology & Archaeology; TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Geoscience & Engineering


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