Data from: Mie scattering and microparticle based characterization of heavy metal ions and classification by statistical inference methods

Katherine Klug, Christian Jennings, Nicholas Lytal, Lingling An & Jeong-Yeol Yoon
A straightforward method for classifying heavy metal ions in water is proposed using statistical classification and clustering techniques from non-specific microparticle scattering data. A set of carboxylated polystyrene microparticles of sizes 0.91 μm, 0.75 μm, and 0.40 μm were mixed with the solutions of nine heavy metal ions and two control cations and scattering measurements were collected at two angles optimized for scattering from non-aggregated and aggregated particles. Classification of these observations was conducted and...
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