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Aviva Lerman Mole-laysia Murder Mystery Lab Chem A Block: F Ms. Hall 6 March 2017 The Situation At 6:02am our team of forensic examiners found a plane crash en route to Mole-laysia. Evidence found there was a precrash murder and explosion. Many substances were found all over the plane as well as on 8 select bodies. The identifiable victims are: Amadeo Oldere (a pilot who had heart problems), Connie Majors (a pharmacist), Jim LeClaire (a baker), Archie Starr (a teacher with a Diet Coke problem), Reno Henderson (a suspended athlete due to drug violations), Lisa Johnson (an environmental engineer with bipolar disorder), Cadillac Jackson (a suspected drug dealer), and Norm Anderson (a demolition expert). The Method We had to figure out what the substances were by taking their chemical compositions and finding the empirical formula. In order to do that we took the percent composition and converted it into grams, then used dimensional analysis to discover how many moles were in the amount we found.
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