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Hi guys, I did an experimental ee based on a research done by previous scientists, and I explained important parts of the research that are related to my research question in the introduction. So, will the examiners still check again that research? Or they'll just depend on my explanation in the introduction?

Curious about this, thanks!!^_^

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Generally the examiners are familiar enough with the lab and background research that they don't really check every single source. However if the topic is unfamiliar or your description is contrary to what their experience/knowledge tells them, then they will definitely check the source. Not exactly sure why you are asking this question, but hope that helps!

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Hi sorry for interupting your question. I am going to do my ee in chemistry but I am having a really hard time comming up with a topic, it is starting to get frustrating since I have changed topic several times and now I am starting to run out of time as I ideally should have decided my topic by tomorrow. could any of you please tell how you came up with your topics and the thought process behind it??

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