Beck's help for lab writeup - Also, for this lab you will...

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Also, for this lab you will be writing a formal (typed) lab report. There is general information about the lab report on page 37 of your lab manual. Here is some information about what I would specifically like to see. - There is no length requirement or limit, but good science writing is usually concise. A good report can be only a few pages (but if yours is longer because there's a lot of information there, that's fine too!). - Formatting: as long as I can read it, I don't care. Reasonably clear font, 12 point, double or single spaced. Citations can be done however you'd like (bibliography, footnotes) as long as they're complete and accurate. - Abstract: should be short (maybe 150-300 words at most). This should not be the same as your introduction - it should just describe what the purpose of your experiment was, what you did, and summarize the results you got. You can describe major sources of error briefly as well. - The purpose of the experiment: to determine the molarity of your
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