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LogBook-Report - Laboratory Log Book Laboratory log book is...

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Laboratory Log Book Laboratory log book is used extensively by engineers. It serves as a record of laboratory activities. It is also a legal documentation for patent applications. A typical laboratory log book, National 43-649 or equivalent, has serialized pages. Entries must be made on laboratory activities. The information entered should have sufficient details for writing a report and for reproducing the experiment. Entries should be made as the experiment progresses. Do not make all entries at the end of the laboratory session. Information that should be entered into the laboratory log book includes: Title of Experiment Circuit Diagrams Procedures Observations or Results of Measurements Refer to the procedures and scoring sheets in each experiment for results that should be obtained during the laboratory session. Since patent is not a concern in a teaching laboratory, instead of a formal log book, you may record laboratory activities in a computer file. Report
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