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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1863-1864-554

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554 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT Describe an ultimate lobule of the human lung Give an account of the mode of origin and termination of nerve-fibres The answers to the last two questions are to be freely illus- trated with diagrams III -Ci imt£itrj Illustrate by the series of volatile acids what is meant by homologous series How may acetic formic and stearic acids be obtained Give the chemical properties of each What is the relation between an ether an alcohol an aldehyd and their corresponding volatile acid Describe two modes of ascertaining the proportion of nitrogen in an organic compound State the distinctive characters of the four principal varieties of sugar What are the chemical changes which occur during the conversion of cane sugar into alcohol What is meant by the circularpolarization of light How is it observed and how applied to the examination of organic compounds IV tmiStro Exemplify the ordinary law of the refraction of light If current from voltaic battery transmitted through fused chloride of lead reduce 20 grains of lead to the metallic state how much sulphate of soda in aqueous solution would be decomposed in the same circuit simultaneously and how much oxygen and hydrogen would be evolved from the solution Explain the action Ten cubic inches of carbonic acid are driven slowly through porcelain tube filled with charcoal and heated to redness what action would occur How much of the new gas would be formed supposing the decomposition complete Describe the properties of the gaseous compound obtained
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