Q: How to write the expected results of Second Stage Reusability Of Zno Clay Photocatalyst In Membrane Photocatalytic Reactor (Mpr) For Pomse Treatment?

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From your question, it appears that you are referring to research outcomes that you might anticipate before having conducted the experiments, i.e., perhaps as “Expected Results” in a research proposal or grant application. A similar question has been answered on this forum here. Ideally, expected results should indicate what you expect to get out of the research. You might need to put forth possible outcomes to the theory and/or questions that you have raised. Further, you can also summarize the significance of the work.

The topic you have indicated is highly specialized and specific, and your expertise on the subject will equip you better than us to visualize the results of the experiments you have planned. Nevertheless, here are some pointers to guide you when writing out your expected results, which would be applicable irrespective of the field of study:

  1. Explain how the research proposal will address the aims presented in the “Statement of the Problem” or “Research Goals” (please note that the heading might differ).
  2. Unlike the final Results section (in which the past tense is used to report your actual findings), Expected Results should be written in the future tense (will) or with the conditional (would).
  3. Depending on your work, you can group your expected outcomes either chronologically (in the order in which the proposed experiments will performed) or by topic (e.g., if you are describing the performance of a method/material/device in comparison to others).
  4. Explain the projected benefits, implications, and/or applications of the likely results.

You might also find this resource useful:

How can I include a section about expected results while writing my proposal?

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Hope that helps. All the best for your study!