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In science, what is the difference between a law and a theory? Provide examples of each.
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directs you to the Chemistry in Focus feature in the chapter Being a scientist is very much like being a detective. Detectives such as Sherlock Holmes or Miss Marple perform a very systematic analysis of a crime to solve it, much like a scientist does when addressing a scientific investigation. What are the steps that scientists (or detectives) use...
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directs you to the Chemistry in Focus feature in the chapter Read the " Chemistry in Focus " segment A Mystifying Problem, and discuss how David and Susan analyzed the situation, arriving at the theory that the lead glaze on the pottery was responsible for their symptoms.
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This textbook provides a specific definition of chemistry: the study of the materials of which the universe is made and the transformations that these materials undergo. Obviously, such a general definition has to be very broad and nonspecific. From your point of view at this time, how would you define chemistry? In your mind, what are "chemicals"?...
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directs you to the Chemistry in Focus feature in the chapter The " Chemistry in Focus " segment titled Dr. Ruth—Cotton Hero discusses the enormous contribution of Dr. Ruth Rogan Benerito to the survival of the cotton fabric industry in the United States. In the discussion, it was mentioned that Dr. Benerito became a chemist when women were not expe...

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