Section I: Cover Page
List your name, title of the experiment, the experiment number, date(s) performed and date submitted, identification number of the unknown, and the experimental unknown concentration (with units).
Section II: Introduction
Give a brief statement of the problem or experiment. State: a) the parameter to be determined; b) the method to be used; c) the basic principle of the method.
Section III: Experimental
Section IV: Results and Discussion
Report what you have learned (for example, the concentration of the analyte in the unknown sample). Remember to identify the unknown sample by its number or letter. Provide any necessary interpretation of your results, such as: comparisons with literature values or expected results; factors relating to accuracy and precision; sources of error; unusual aspects encountered and their possible effects on results; and, th e advantages and disadvantages (or limitations) of the general technique (but not the specific instrument).. You might also suggest ideas for further work.
Section V: Conclusion
State your final determination(s) reached from your results and discussion. No new material should be presented in the Conclusion.
Section VI: Appendix
Include answers to the specific questions and exercises posed in the handout and given by the TA.