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Writing a lab report

Writing a lab report

Check out 200-level and above course reserves, group and individual study space, 15 computers, help with tracking down chemical properties, research articles, etc. Located in WTHR 117B, the Resource Writing a lab report provides support for 100-level chemistry courses, including old exams, tutoring, group study space, and more.

Create figures and chemical structures just like in your lab manual. Read tips for best practices in maintaining a proper and professional lab notebook. A good lab report has 7 sections. How is writing a lab report different than writing a term paper? What are some characteristics of a good lab report? What are common types of graphs and tables?

Review common calculations you will have to make in your labs and lab reports, such as molarity, percent composition, stoichiometry, limiting reagent, and more. Why should I cite my sources? Need to find a boiling point or spectra? How does an NMR instrument work?