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Chemical ThinkingP2 Technical Communicationv1.0 | 1Project 2 Technical CommunicationYour TA’s name: Wendy Lindsey Your name: Kaitlyn CortezYour partner’s name: CesarLab section: 002HYour email: [email protected]Additional partner’s name:All work must be very neatand organized. If you need to organize your thoughts, please use a separate sheet of paper. If your TA has specified hardcopy submission, you will need to print a copy tohand-in. If your TA has instructed you to submit on-line, please do so to the P2 Technical CommunicationD2L DropBox beforethe lab concludes.Verbose and/or unrefined responses are not appropriate for a technical communication in which you are attempting to communicate outcomes and build a scientificargument. It is strongly recommended that you think out what you want to say before writing. Excessive length must be avoided. Think about what is really important.Responding with virtually everything that comes to mind in the hope your instructor will find something of value is not the way to effectively communicate outcomes andbuild sound scientific arguments. You must be selective, succinct (briefly and clearly expressed - to the point) and well organized – it is qualitythat counts, not quantity.