What Is Chemistry

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CHEMISTRY IN LIFE
Charles Barker
CHM/110
7/6/2015 Subhashis Nandy

Introduction
When living in a world such as ours, chemistry plays a large role in how society interacts. Chemistry can be viewed from many different angles because of its dynamics when dealing with the nouns of life (People, places, and things). With people, chemistry is how he or she connects to their social conformity. With places, chemistry is the structure and atmosphere that brings about the culture to the arena. With things, chemistry is the accuracy and measurement that brings the degree of closeness to the true value of its quality. In this paper, one will cover chemistry in terms of accuracy and precision, the relation to scientific methods, and how
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What it comes down to is supply and demand and the chance to retain a profit from the precision of the weight and how much to distribute of an item in most situations. Another angle to which society depends of accuracy and precision of measurement are within the food market. It is important to understand how to order in quantity that will last from one month to the next. The scientific method
A scientific method is a way to ask questions and answering them by making observations and doing experiments. The steps of the scientific method are: Ask a question, do background research, construct a hypothesis, test the hypothesis by doing an experiment, analyze your data and draw a conclusion, communicate your results. When looking at these steps the explanation of them are rather simple. To ask a question means to open the floor for discussion to gain an answer. Once he or she gains the Intel, he or she will perform a background research to be sure that the information is credible. From here, one will construct a hypothesis as to why things are the way they are. This will lead to predictions that can be tested in multiple ways. Then one will test the hypotheses by doing a experiment. The modern interpretation of this test often times will show that the hypotheses must be falsifiable which means that there are possible ways to identify the outcome of the
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