There are two issues surrounding design and establishment of experiments. Among these is even when resources are available, it may be difficult to conduct purpose driven research. On the other hand, in the midst of scarce resources, there are often unrecognized opportunities. These challenges may be due to ignorance of the components of experiments which should not be ignored or taken for granted. These two limitations of researchers retard the progress and contribution of research to knowledge and development. The objective of this paper therefore was to provide a guide that will stimulate and sustain research interest through experiments that can impact positively on the scientist, work place and the society. In this regard, attention should be paid to the four cardinal aspects of an experiment, which are planning, conduct, data collection, collation and storage, data analysis and writing, presentation or documentation of report.
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