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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-151

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applied sciences 151 Printing by Development -With Chloride of Silver and Gallic Acid-Toning with and without Gold Stereoscopic Transparencies -On Collodio-Albumcn developed with Pyrogallic Acid taupenot's collodio-albumen process Mode of rendering Collodion limpid and adhesive-Prepa- ration of the Dry Plates-their Development by Gallic Acid- by Pyrogallic Acid-the Apparatus required for Field-work stereoscopic photography &c Stereographs -The Apparatus-Modifications in Developing the Negatives-How to Mount the Prints-Use of dark Box for taking Stereoscopic Pictures in the Open Air Copying Prints and Bramngs by Photography -Collodion best adapted for the Purpose-Adjustment of the Apparatus- Correct Mode of Developing photographic manipulations These are conducted by the Students themselves under the superintendence of the Lecturer for which purpose complete sets of Apparatus and Chemicals have been provided The Lecturer is happy to assist gentlemen joining these classes in the choice of Photographic apparatus and specimens by the best makers are kept on view XIII Engineering Workshops For Hours of Attendance see the Time Table The Workshops have been considerably improved by the addition of Planing Machine for Metal Work and by the introduction of Steam Engine These together with the re- arrangement of the various Machines and their adaptation to the application of Steam power have greatly increased the effectiveness of the Workshops and much greater facilities are now afforded for the execution of various works Students of the First Year on joining the Department are made acquainted with the different Tools and their practical application to the purposes of Carpenters' and Joiners' work
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