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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-141

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APPLIED SCIENCES 141 Prizes at the termination of each Summer Session are awarded to the Student of the first year who has most distinguished him- self by proficiency knowledge of principles and by assiduity and regularity in conduct and attendance during the Session Students are discouraged from simply copying any drawing or engraving of machine or structure but are induced to represent it in another position to analyse its principles and show the most important parts in detached and detailed figures -Students of the third year may by application to the Dean have the privilege of attending the Class of Land- scape Drawing and Colouring as applied to Architectural Designs instead of the Class of Geometrical Drawing Fee for Occasional Students 21 2s per term or 51 5s per annum VIII Chemistry Students of the first and second years are admitted to Course of Theoretical and Applied Chemistry at 10 15 on Tuesday and Friday throughout the Academical Year The subjects will be discussed in the following order Foeces concerned in producing Chemical Phenomena Preliminary view of Chemical Affinity and its distinction from other forces Laics of Chemical Combination -Notation Adhesion -Capillarity Endosmose Motion of Gases Crystallization -Isomorphism Dimorphism Allotropy Heat -This subject is discussed in the Course of Natural Philosophy Electricity -Excitement Conduction Insulation Indue- tion Electrical Machines Accumulation Leyden Jar At- mospheric phenomena Voltaic Electricity -Galvanometer Simple and Compound Circuits Voltaic Batteries Electrolysis Electrotype Elec- troplating &c
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