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Example of Spreadsheet Use for General Chemistry If you follow the advice in this document, you will use Excel properly and save yourself many hours of work in producing lab reports. There are three parts of the lab report which should all be done in spreadsheets, for greater ease of report writing: 1. The data 2. The results 3. The demonstrated calculations In this example, like experiment 1, some salt solution is created and masses and volumes are measured. Though data which generates a result derived by simple subtraction need not be shown, nor the difference demonstrated, we will do so here just for the sake of completeness. The actual experiment 1 is larger, but only a portion of the experiment is shown here to show the Excel/Word functions available. Using Excel to contain directly measured data (the bold faced figures in the table below), the following table for this abbreviated experiment would appear as: To Display Data/Results: Chem1 Demo spreadsheet--to help with Lab Report
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This note was uploaded on 09/16/2009 for the course CHEM 1001 taught by Professor Yi during the Fall '09 term at Marquette.

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