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Offline georginho_juventusygr

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What do you use if you do an experiment in a laboratory?
« on: December 13, 2007, 03:42:59 PM »
Hi, all. I'm a new member here. So, apologize if I've done something wrong.

I've lived in the Netherlands for about 1.5 year and I still have to learn the language.

What I want to ask is a so called voorschrift. It's a "directive" you use whenever you do an experiment in a laboratory. It contains all reagents you use, all tools, all laboratory instructions etc. What is it called in English? And more importantly, is there a special rule to make your own? I ask this because I and my mates are currently doing a project, but we don't know how to make that directive.

Thanks much before for answering.
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Re: What do you use if you do an experiment in a laboratory?
« Reply #1 on: December 13, 2007, 07:17:28 PM »
It can go by many names for example: Experimental, Experimental Procedures, Experimental Section.
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