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Laboratory Report Format. Important Information about writing a laboratory report!.

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important information about writing a laboratory report
Important Information about writing a laboratory report!
  • When writing a laboratory report you should always use black or blue ink- never erase anything. If you make a mistake, you can simply put a strike-through across a word, sentence, or paragraph that you do not want.
title
Title
  • Creative
  • Informative
  • Appropriate
purpose problem
Purpose/Problem
  • Complete sentence
  • Appropriate punctuation
  • Clear
introduction
Introduction
  • Introduce topic
  • Define terms
  • State hypothesis
materials
Materials
  • Listed in columns
procedures
Procedures
  • Numbered
  • Complete sentences
  • Short, direct, one-step procedures
results analysis
Results/Analysis
  • Data tables
  • Graphs
  • Calculations
discussion
Discussion
  • Interpretation of data, graphs, results, and analysis
  • State findings and relate to introduction
  • Support findings with data, graphs, and/or analysis
conclusion
Conclusion
  • The object of the experiment
  • The results of the experiment
  • The percentage error (where applicable)
  • The sources of error in the experiment
  • Methods for reducing the error
  • Methods for improving the experiment
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