Formal_Laboratory_report (1)

Formal_Laboratory_report (1) - Formal Laboratory Report The...

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Formal Laboratory Report The laboratory report will be submitted in the format used by many peer-reviewed science journals. You may use first person. Many modern journals require/expect this and do not want the third person passive. Watson and Crick's seminal paper in Nature , was in the first person. You must use 12 point and ARIAL or Times Roman font. The margin must be 1.00 inch on all four margins and single-spaced, no more than 1 1/2 pages for the Abstract, Introduction, and Experimental. This report will be in the following format. Use the following at the beginning of each section: Abstract Introduction Experimental Analysis Results/Conclusions Abstract: A short, precise, eye-catching summary of the most important results of the experiment. This section usually consists of 5 or 6 sentences that summarize the lab and provide enough information so the reader understands the significance of the lab findings. Introduction:
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This note was uploaded on 11/06/2010 for the course SCIENCE 0202 taught by Professor Marlyn during the Spring '10 term at Temple.

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