Highlight the importance of your study and communicate the relevant results



1. Write a synthesis report taking up the initial problem in its given context and the question addressed during the project, the methodological approach implemented, the techniques used (principles, reactions involved, calculation formulae...), the results obtained, and a critical discussion of these results, considering the coherence of the whole and published studies in the literature.

Draw up a plan together.
Divide up the work and decide who will write and edit each part.

2. Give an oral presentation for the benefit of other students, explaining the central question and the logic of your approach, and present the main results obtained by specific techniques while highlighting the strengths of your study and possible improvements. Finally, suggest ways in which this work could open up different perspectives, within a broader framework.

Explain, prompt questions, and exchange views.
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