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Your third-level heading
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Another third-level heading
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Your Subheading, e.g., Methods
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RESULTS AND DISCUSSION
Results of the experimentation are to be presented clearly and concisely. Acronyms and abbreviations are permitted, especially if they are used sparingly, and they must be spelled out when they are first utilized, e.g., scanning electron microscopy (SEM).
Please use past tense when describing the work that was carried out. For example, “Four mL of NaOH solution (0.1 N) were added…” Present tense can be used when making a statement that the authors believe to have general validity, especially when supported by other publications. For example, “The addition of NaOH increases the swelling of this type of lignocellulosic material (Chu and Knoll 2003).” Please use your best judgment when using other verb tenses to clearly convey your intended meaning.
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