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Laboratory Notebook and Report Format spring 2010

Laboratory Notebook and Report Format spring 2010 -...

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LABORATORY NOTEBOOK/REPORT FORMAT 1) Outline of experiment (ready before the experiment). 2) Experiment Title and Date 3) Introduction or purpose of experiment 4) Main reaction or Equation 5)Table of Data-include MP,BP, reagent amounts in grams, and moles. Include reagent volumes and densities if liquid measures are given. Include Formula weights of reagents and products. Include the theoretical yield in moles/grams of the product. 6) Summary of procedure 7) Observations 8) Results and calculations-include the percent yield of compounds synthesized.
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9) Summary of results-include explanation of why things did not go well if the results are not as good as expected. 10) Answers to exercises technically, the report and lab notebook should have pretty much the same format. You can write up the report in the notebook and pretty much Xerox the report in the notebook to hand in as the report. The only thing that you would leave out of the notebook is the answers to the post lab questions. The answers to the post lab questions are only needed for the report.
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