Report.-grading - Lab Report (10 to 15 pages not including

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Lab Report (10 to 15 pages not including Tables/Figures/Title page, Double space, 12 point font) Your written report should include the following sections: 1. Title Page 2. Abstract : Summarize the purpose of the experiment, approaches used and findings 3. Introduction : Explain the objective as well as why and what is going to be done. What and why specific materials are to be evaluated. You will benefit by also indicating what possible uses of these results would have in the real world. 4. Background : Explain various concepts that are going to be evaluated. Include the importance of these concepts within the context of Materials science. 4. Procedure/Materials : Explain what you did in your own words. Include sketches. Be very careful not to plagiarize the lab notes and handouts ! 5. Data, Data Analysis : Include your raw data in tables and the calculations and plots that best demonstrate your findings. Think carefully about how to present the data before beginning to design your tables and graphs. Combine data into single tables wherever
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