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Default sample analysis

I have a very small sample (0.5 gr.), apparently organic (maybe spider web) and I need to carry out some simple analysis to eliminate the possibility of inorganic or artificial (polymer) materials. I performed the (ninhydrin) test (result: negative)
Do you have any other tests/analysis to suggest on this case?

Thank you

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