Sequencing the Procedure: Conciseness: Exercise

The main problem students have with writing the procedure is knowing what information needs to be put in and what should be left out, in other words how to write a concise experimental procedure.

You should write your procedure to be read by a competent practical chemist: you don’t need to describe standard techniques or operations in any detail.
So, in general, you should NOT mention



Ahn discusses the challenge of writing concisely (41s):


Matthew identifies what he's learnt about writing the procedure (19s):


Stephen explains about what he is looking for when marking a report (49s):

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