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    Greetings!

    We're all writers here, am I right? So I am sure that someone here MUST have written a scientific essay at least once in their life.

    I am looking for advice - how do I write it? I already have a topic, it was assigned to us (thermal analysis - read more about it here) but I don't know how I'm supposed to write it? I have rough points I want to cover - thermogravimetry, heat capacity and heat transfer are sub-topics I want to discuss. But how do you write an introduction for example?


    Posted By rachels | Sep 19, 2017
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    1. Hey rachels wass good, I don't know. I like to call myself a writer I love to write but never anything like thermogravimetry maybe some scientific essays in school a long time ago. I would need to goggle-like hell now. I know that you can do it because of the writer you are. You can come up with an intro I'm sure.


    Posted By michael | Sep 21, 2017
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    Sorry, not sure why I have numbers here. Some sort of mistake


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