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that could present a hazard if used improperly. Thus, students are required to
judiciously prepare for each experiment by carefully reading the experiment and
writing a Title, Purpose, Procedure (brief outline), and Data (outline) section
before arriving at the laboratory. A detailed description of each section is
described below under, "Writing a Laboratory Report". After preparing the
laboratory notebook, students will complete the on-line pre-laboratory
presentation and must pass the pre-laboratory quiz. Any student without this
preparation completed at the beginning of the laboratory period is deemed unsafe
and must leave the laboratory until the pre-laboratory write up is complete and the
supervising TA is convinced that you are prepared to begin the experiment.
2. Data Collection All data must be recorded in ink directly into your laboratory notebook. At the
completion of the experiment, you must turn in a copy of your data sheet to your
TA before you leave the laboratory.
3. Unknowns Students will obtai...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2013 for the course CHE CHE 2C taught by Professor Nasiri during the Spring '07 term at UC Davis.
- Spring '07