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How to Write a Lab Report AST-3019 Mark Keremedjiev As you can see from the Syllabus, this lab report is pretty important. If you look at the way science is done, it is the papers that live on. They provide a concrete and (hopefully) objective analysis of an idea/experiment. This lab report is designed to highlight the importance of the method applied, not just the findings. The report should be typed and presented in a professional format. Sections Introduction: This should be a brief summary of the motivation behind the research. You should include a short description of why the experiment was conducted and what basic phenomena are being tested. If possible, find real-world examples of the experiment, or describe some of the historical background of the findings (this would be nice, but don’t stay up at nights if you can’t find it). You could also include what you knew about the topic before conducting the experiment. Method:
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course AST 3019 taught by Professor Sarajedini during the Spring '08 term at University of Florida.

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