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Types of Conceptual Questions (CQs): Laboratory Questions
Students use graphs, tables, and other data to predict and/or explain what happens in an experimental situation. Much of the analysis and interpretation of laboratory work could be used as a basis for assessing conceptual understanding if the laboratory is not constructed in a cookbook fashion.

Example of Laboratory Question

The figure is a plot of temperature versus time for

 (a) a pure liquid freezing.
 (b) a pure liquid boiling.
 (c) a solution freezing.
 (d) a solution boiling.
 (e) It is impossible to tell.

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