Conclusion State what you have learned about the main focus of the experiment

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State what you have learned about the main focus of the experiment, the scientific concept, or the lab procedure. Give enough details of what you have learned to be convincing, and describe anything else you may have learned from doing the lab and writing the report: for example, something you found particularly interesting, methods of analyzing data you found useful, anything about using a spreadsheet or graphing, etc. A high quality conclusion will offer insights connecting the experimental setup with the hypothesis and the physical principle under investigation. Writing and References: Include all the sources you have used in writing your experiment report, such as a lab manual, a textbook, and any reference books or articles you cited. · Use the appropriate documentation style for citations and references (CBE, ACS, etc.)
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· Use the correct format (titles, captions, etc.) for the tables, graphs, and drawings · Write in a scientific style (tone should be objective; sentences should be clear and to the point) · Make sure your report is clear of spelling and grammatical errors (use the spell check on your computer · Include all the necessary headings if you do not use the template accessible next to this document within the Experiment drop box. Adopted and adapted from work by educators of North Carolina State University. © Copyright NC State University 2004 Sponsored and funded by National Science Foundation (DUE-9950405 and DUE-0231086) experiment_report_document_0.docx
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Course: PHYS204 Section: _______________________________ Name: _________________________ Instructor Name: _______________________ __________________________________________________ ________________________ Title : (Use a hard return or your inserted text to make more space between sections. You can delete these instructions.) __________________________________________________ ________________________ Abstract:
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__________________________________________________ ________________________ Introduction: __________________________________________________ ________________________ Methods: __________________________________________________ ________________________ Results: (Use a hard return or your inserted text to make more space between sections. For example, this results section could be 1 – 10 pages all by itself, depending on the amount of math to explain data, charts, graphs, and tables used to explain data. You can delete these instructions.)
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__________________________________________________ ________________________ Discussion : __________________________________________________ ________________________ Conclusion: __________________________________________________ ________________________ References: (The following website explains the AIP or American Institute of Physics style of citing in Physics: )
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