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About the work on the project MENA3100,OBK, 16.01.13
Needed: A sample
Cutting, grinding, polishing, crushing Sample preparation
Light microscope Stereomicroscope Microscope for reflected light Microscope for transmitted light
Scanning electron microscope SEM Secondary electronsBackscattered electronsEnergy dispersible spectroscopy
X-ray diffraction XRD
Rather safe: o Front page o Abstract o Introduction o (Background) o Experimental o Results o Discussion o Conclusion o References Organization But no rules without exceptions!
http://www.mn.uio.no/fysikk/studier/ressurser/SkriveMasterAIV11.pdf A lot of information by Arnt Inge Vistnes: Far to much to read for writing the project report! In Norwegian
References Many systems Be consequent http://www.ub.uio.no/skrive-referere/
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mwbw9KF-ACY Etterprøve Æres den som æres bør Universitetsbiblioteket i Bergen Hvorfor referere?
www.ub.uio.no/skrive-referere/endnote/ Referanseverktøy Husk også: Bruk ordbok! Lær formelle regler (Se ev. www.sprakrad.no/)
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About the work on the project MENA3100,OBK,
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