CH204 Lab Write

CH204 Lab Write - CH204 Lab Write-up instructions WHAT YOU...

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CH204 Lab Write-up instructions WHAT YOU SHOULD DO BEFORE YOU COME TO LAB: It is important that you prepare for each week’s experiment in advance so that you don’t waste time in lab or make costly mistakes: 1. Submit the post-lab answers for the previous lab on Quest by 8:00 AM on the day of your lecture class. 2. On a new page in your notebook write: a. Your name b. Unique # c. TA’s name d. The date and title of the experiment e. Objective of the experiment (written in your own words!) Write a protocol that you will use to complete the experimental procedure. You will be required to prepare a “cookbook” outline of the experimental procedure before you enter class. You should have a complete step-by-step outline of the procedure that you will use during the experimental process. This does not mean you should write the entire procedure from your lab experiment word for word, but rather, the procedure can be written in steps or as a flow chart. However you decide to write your protocol, it should contain enough information that you are able to perform the experiment without referring to the lab experiment in the lab manual. Be sure to complete the protocol for the correct lab procedure. You will use this protocol to complete your lab procedure; the lab manual will not be
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This note was uploaded on 11/26/2011 for the course CH 204 taught by Professor Leytner during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas.

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