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APPLIED SCIENCES 113 IX Qualitative analysis Analysis of mixed salts soluble in water Analysis of substances insoluble in water but soluble in acids Analysis of metallic alloys Analysis of substances insoluble in water and acids Analysis of ores complex mixtures generally In tbe course of second year's attendance instruction is given in the Elements of Quantitative Analysis The text book used in this Course is Bowman's Practical Chemistry Students of this Department have additional opportu- nities of studying Chemistry by entering extra for the Class of Experimental and Analytical Chemistry Mineralogy With view to facilitate the study of Geology and of the Application of Mineral Substances in the Arts Hour Wednesday and Friday 9-10 in Michaelmas Term The Course commences with description of the Physical and Chemical characters of Minerals in general Physical -Crystallization Cleavage Fracture Frangi- bility Hardness Lustre Colour Flexibility Double Refrac- tion Touch Taste Odour Streak Powder Adhesion to the Tongue Magnetic and Electric Properties Phosphorescence Specific Gravity Chemical Use of the Blow-Pipe Action of Acids &c The principal simple Minerals are next separately con- sidered and the readiest mode of distinguishing them described The following in the order adopted Earthy Minerals -Rock-crystal Amethyst Cairngorm Avanturine Cat's Eye Opal Calcedony Flint Onyx Agate Carnelian Heliotrope Jasper Hornstone Chert Garnets Idocrase Axinite Epidote Augite Hornblende Asbestus Tremolite Actynolite Felspars Mica Talc Chlorite Calcite Fluor Selenite Barytes Strontian Salt Η
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