Chemical imaging data collected on wood board sections after impregnation-treatment with phenol formaldehyde resin

  • Michael Altgen (Creator)
  • Muhammad Awais (Creator)
  • Daniela Altgen (Creator)
  • André Klüppel (Creator)
  • Gerald Koch (Creator)
  • Mikko Mäkelä (VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland Ltd.) (Creator)
  • Andrea Olbrich (Creator)
  • Lauri Rautkari (Creator)



This dataset contains UV microspectrophotometry (UMSP) and near infrared (NIR) imaging data measured on beech wood board sections (75x15x25 mm<sup>3</sup>) that were impregnation-treated with a low molecular weight phenol formaldehyde resin.

The file “NIR sample IDs with weight and dimensional changes.csv” contains the sample IDs and the weight percent gains caused by the resin treatment of each sample in the dataset. To generate the NIR image files, regions of interest of 881 x 384 pixels (subsets a,b,c,d) or 2401 x 375 pixels were selected from the raw image files to produce an image that contains the sample surrounded by background. The spectral data was corrected using the calibration reflectance target values and then converted to absorbance. Each NIR image is stored in a separate MATLAB file (.mat) with the sample ID as the file name.

The file "UMSP sample IDs.csv" contains the sample IDs of the UMSP images. The folder "UMSP image" contains the corresponding UMSP image profiles, which are stored as excel files (.xlsx) with the sample IDs as file names. The files contain the absorbance at 278 nm per pixel with a pixel resolution of 0.25 x 0.25 µm<sup>2</sup>.
Koska saatavilla2022

Dataset Licences

  • CC-BY-4.0

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