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The process of choosing a good research question usually starts broad and then gets more specific.
Not sure where to begin?
Once you decide on a general topic or two . . .
Do some reading.
Then ask yourself . . .
Of the topics that are still in the running, brainstorm ways you might find the answer to your questions.
From the IB Chemistry Guide 2016:
Some of the possible tasks include: • a hands-on laboratory investigation • using a spreadsheet for analysis and modelling • extracting data from a database and analysing it graphically • producing a hybrid of spreadsheet/database work with a traditional hands-on investigation • using a simulation provided it is interactive and open-ended.
Now choose your best question.
Then get specific.
The library has several books on chemistry, including these:
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