The Appendix

An Appendix or Appendices are only used to put in specific details of your experiment which are not necessary for understanding the main purpose and outcomes of your experiment eg:

Your main results should go in the results section and readers should not be forced to go to an appendix to find your results. However, you should refer readers to the appendices in your report where necessary, e.g.:

The experimental flow net showing the head values and the paths traced out by the dye can be seen in Appendix B1.
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