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LabRprts - Concerning Lab Reports for PHY 451 Your lab...

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Concerning Lab Reports for PHY 451 Your lab reports are to be written in a manner similar to a paper that would be submitted for publication in the astrophysical journal. An example is given on the following pages. Your paper must provide a thorough explanation of the data that are presented in tables and graphs as well as how the data were obtained or calculated. Remember, the word data is the plural of datum. Keep the presentation and discussion of theory to a minimum. There is no need to repeat the theory and explanation that has already been presented in the documents that I have given to you. Concentrate more on the analysis that you did, what you did, and the results. The reprint of an old paper of mine from the astrophysical journal that is given on the following pages is meant to give you an idea as to how the paper is to be constructed and formatted. However, do not use a two column format as it does. You may also follow the format of the documents that I have posted for you presenting the
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PHY 451 taught by Professor Pfeiffer during the Spring '08 term at TCNJ.

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