The Secret Service has arrested suspects accused of counterfeiting coins from 1915 valued at $50,000 each. The students act as a forensic scientist to investigate the crime scene and examine the evidence. Students learn about electrons and chemical reactions to recreate the methods used to make the coins and prepare evidence for the court case.
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|High School||This version is for general chemistry classes.||35-45 min|
|AP||This version is for AP level classes||50-70 min|
Most content from the Expanded Handbook is included in the corresponding STEM Case.
|High School||The Expanded Handbook covers electronegativity, polar covalent bonding and periodic trends, in addition to the concepts covered in the handbook section of the High School Case.||20-30 min|
|AP||This Handbook is identical to the handbook section in the AP Case||30-45 min|
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