This section often reveals discernible major and minor errors for graders. Here you should address specifically the accuracy and precision of the data and the calculated results, as well as related sources of significant errors or uncertainties. (If you compare your results with literature values, make such a comparison in this section and summarize the comparison in your opening Summary (link). Describe such comparisons as per cent differences, not per cent error.) Provide actual results in tabular or graphic form first, selecting only significant data. Finally, interpret, evaluate, infer, and/or qualify the meaning of those results, stating your conclusions.

You may present the results using past tense, while in the discussion you might choose present tense.