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Quantitative determination of hazardous substances in aerosols by light scattering and machine learning with the example of Cr(VI) in electroplating processes

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Regulations of safety usage of hazardous substances impose companies to monitor their emissions. A novel approach determines the mass concentration of Cr(VI) in exhaust airflow based on angular light scattering combined with machine learning algorithms.

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