Many of your Science units will require you to write a formal laboratory report. The purpose is to report on what you did, what you learned from an experiment and why the findings matter. Please note that many units require students to record notes and observations in logbooks in the laboratory. These have their own purpose and conventions and are different from lab reports. Lab reports can vary in length and format. These range from a form to fill in and submit before leaving the lab, to a formal written report.
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This instructable will teach you how to write a simple yet proper lab report for a college level General Chemistry lab course. In order to complete this lab, you will need access to a Microsoft Word program; any versions will work. This is a general guideline, some teachers may have other requirements. All parts of the lab report should be in past-tense and no personal pronouns should be used. For example, no "I's" or "we's. Font size is of personal preference but 11 to 14 is reasonable.
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Create figures and chemical structures just like in your lab manual. It looks like you're using Internet Explorer 11 or older. This website works best with modern browsers such as the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge. If you continue with this browser, you may see unexpected results. Chemistry Lab Resources for CHM 1XX and 2XX Labs : Home Here you can find tips about organizing your lab notebook, how to effectively create graphs and table for lab reports, places to locate protocols and property information, and how to properly cite resources.