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Lab Notebook 100 Carbonless Pages Spiral Bound (Copy Page Perforated)
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- Carbonless paper
- Self duplicating paper
- Lab notebook
- Carbonless lab notebook
- Student notebook
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No need for a carbon sheet between the pages to create a duplicate. These are carbonless self-copying pages (each page has a self duplicating page), 1/4 inch graph paper,all pages consecutively numbered, copy page is perforated for easy tear out, top page stays permanently in the notebook. Both the top page and the copy page are white for better clarity. Record of Contents page to log lab experiment information, Lab Safety Rules page, scientific reference information printed on the bi- fold back cover (ex.most up-to-date periodic table, scientific formulas, conversions, etc). Spiral Bound.
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This is also a chemistry lab notebook and will have a periodic table (very helpful). I had one for biology before, so look for one of those if you're using this for biology. Only con is that there is a pocket in the front page that can't fit regular-sized copy paper. I had to fold papers in half if I wanted to put anything there. Not a big deal though.
But seriously this is a great lab notebook, don't pay any more for literally the same thing. Oh and make sure if you're taking chem I and will be taking another chem in the future to buy the 100 page version, there's no reason to buy two 50 page notebooks. The only problem I can think of is that there's this weird transparent sleeve at the front near the table of contents, that looks like its supposed to be for holding paper, but it can't hold even the carbon copies in the book itself, which are smaller than normal printer paper. So you would think it would be for holding a pen then but nope it screws up the whole book to hold a pen there and will even smudge the carbon paper on the next page and it would be even easier to hold a pen on the outside in the binder so why does the sleeve even exist? Why would they have this random, superfluous piece of clear plastic that makes the book even thicker than it already is? Am I paying extra for it? Could they make the notebook cheaper if they stopped putting them in their damn books for no reason? Why am I spending so much time on this?
Works great for chemistry students, just don’t be a moron like me and forget to move the divider when moving between pages.