Laboratory Practice

Laboratory Practice - Laboratory Practice Safety first Here...

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Laboratory Practice Safety first Here are some general suggestions. There are by no means complete, but a good starting point. 1. Several days before coming for the Lab, read the appropriate chapter in the textbook to familiarize you with the topic. Read any handouts/instruction manual related to the experiment that is provided in the Lab. Prepare notes for doing the lab in a notebook. Read about the different types of equipment you will use for that lab. Also learn how that equipment works. 2. Do most of the work individually but discuss it with your lab partner to make sure that they have done the same exercise and understand the proceeded for doing the experiment. Expect equal amount of work from your partner as you have put in the experiment. Do not be charitable and let one of your partners get away without doing any work. 3. Bring pen, pencil, ruler, a scientific calculator and your notebook. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 01/16/2012 for the course PHYSICS 104 taught by Professor Shaukatgoderya during the Winter '12 term at Tarleton.

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