How do you write a problem in a lab report?
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How do you write the experimental section of a lab report?
The Experimental Section should be a concise step-by-step summary of what was done during the experiment (the actual procedure) followed by a summary of the physical properties you recorded (melting point, etc) and spectral data (IR, NMR, etc).
How do you write an observation in a lab report?
Record all observations as your experiment progresses. It is important to note any changes in the experimental plan as well. You should record observations such as color changes, appearance of crystals, temperature of reactions, test results, physical properties obtained, as well as mass of reagents and products used.
How do you format a lab write up?
Lab Report Format A typical lab report would include the following sections: title, abstract, introduction, method, results and discussion. Title page, abstract, references and appendices are started on separate pages (subsections from the main body of the report are not).