Guideline for 2211 O

Guideline for 2211 O - Guideline for 2211 O-chem lab write...

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Guideline for 2211 O-chem lab write up These are the general guidelines for writing the lab reports for 2211L. If you have any question, contact me before the first lab report due date. 1. ALL sections in the lab report should be typed. This is to avoid the inconvenience of reading illegible handwriting; hence you will not lose points for material difficult to read. 2. Pre lab section should be handed over to me at the beginning of the class. I will initiate and give back to you during the lab and you can attach it to the other sections later and submit as a whole report. Any lab report without my initial in the pre-lab section will NOT be graded. 2.1 Title must be complete and meaningful. Do not just write experiment #5 or GC lab etc. You need to write a complete title, e.g. “ Hydrogenation of Olive oil using Palladium as catalyst” 2.2 Introduction must be in your words and do not copy or paraphrase the lab manual. It should contain the purpose of the experiment, Chemical reactions involved,
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This note was uploaded on 05/08/2008 for the course CHEM 2212 taught by Professor Habbard during the Spring '08 term at UGA.

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