2 edition of Forensics in chemistry found in the catalog.
Forensics in chemistry
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||by Sara McCubbins and Angela Codron|
|LC Classifications||HV8073 .M3325 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9781936137367, 9781936959839|
|LC Control Number||2011049549|
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Forensics in chemistry: the case of Kirsten K. download pdf McCubbins; Angela Codron] -- "How did Kirsten K.'s body wind up at the bottom of a lake- and what do wedding cake ingredients, soil samples, radioactive decay, bone age, blood stains, bullet matching, and drug lab evidence.The book makes forensic evidence the foundation of a ebook of eight hands-on, week-long labs.
As you weave the labs throughout the year and students solve the case, the narrative provides vivid lessons in why chemistry concepts are relevant and how they connect.