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American Chemical Society NCW 2016 Solving Mysteries through Chemistry Exploring the chemistry of forensics and more! Your Name Your Affiliation
Location or type of presentation Date of presentation What Is a Mystery? And What Does It Have to Do with Chemistry? Mystery: Something difficult or impossible to understand; a question without an explanation.
Chemistry: The study of the properties of matter and the ways it can change. American Chemical Society 3 How Does Science Solve
Mysteries? Claims + Evidence + Reasoning = Explanation American Chemical Society 4 What Kind of Evidence Can Chemistry Provide?
Chemical identification of Chemical identification of substances Chemical identification of Chromatography and spectroscopy analysis Chemical identification of Fingerprinting Chemical identification of DNA testing American Chemical Society 5
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DNA Testing American Chemical Society 10 Other Mysteries that Chemists Solve Chemists solve a lot of other everyday mysteries, too
like how to: Create new materials for making clothes and housewares Treat and prevent diseases Keep food safe and fresh Create batteries that last longer and stay stronger Make water pure Create energy that is safe and non polluting American Chemical Society
11 References Celebrating Chemistry, NCW 2016 edition: Solving Mysteries through Chemistry, American Chemical Society, Washington D.C. Compound Interest, Chemistry based infographics from UK Chemistry Teacher Andy Brunning, free for educational uses. http://www.compoundchem.com/. 2015 Andy Brunning/Compound Interest. Forensics, ACS ChemClub https://www.acs.org/content/acs/en/education/students/highschool/chemistry
clubs/activities/forensics.html Illustrated Guide to Home Forensic Science. http://www.thehomescientist.com/ forensics/Illustrated_Guide_to_Home_Forensic_Science_Experiments.pdf
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