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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Dear Mr. G. Washington, I am very sorry to hear about what happened at your bank, and I have taken it upon myself to help youdiscover who the culprit of this crime is. All of the suspects are as follows: Quite a few suspects, isn't itMr. G. Washington? It's a shameto think that so many could becapable of committing such acrime. Anyway, back to theevidence. Using some special glasses, we were able to find something at the scene of the crime. A kind offingerprint if you want to call it that. Anyways, here is what it looked like: -Air -Carbon Dioxide (CO2)-Chlorine (Cl) -Nitrogen (Ni)-Hydrogen (H) -Helium (He) And next to it you'll noticeone of our main suspects...CO2! Sir, I think we havefound our culprit. To find the culprit, we used Spectroscopy to identify the criminalby doing the following things: -Knowing how to observe the energies/lightsput off by elements.-Using tools to identify some of that light thatcouldn't be seen with the naked eye. (Infrared,Ultraviolet, etc.)-Seeing the Discrete Spectra, and its partthe emission line spectra. -Knowing that the spectra emitted by anelement is unique to it, helping us todistinguish between one element andanother.-Knowing that the light emitted pertainsto an element's properties and characteristics, letting us identify them. I don't know about you Mr. G. Washington, but I feel as though I have fully solvedthis case to the best of my ability. I would think that the results are efficientand correct. If I didn't feel this way, I wouldn't have sent you this letter if I didn't thinkso. Anyways, I wish you the best of luck with your bank, and hope that you don'tencounter this kind of issue again. Sincerely, Private Investigator Roy G. Biv Olivia O'KeefePeriod 71/6/14 (I would like to apologize forthe handmade pictures, whenwe had the sub we were told todraw the elements, not take picturesof them. I did the best that I could.
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