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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1874-1875-152

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0×’ APPLIED SCIENCES Gold -Cupellation Qnartation Gilding Platinum -Mode of working Salts of Organic Chemistry Classification of Organic Compounds Principles and Processes of Organic Analysis Sugar Process of Refining it -Starch Malting Gum Woody Fibre -Gun Cotton Paper Making Preservation of Wood Cordage Sec Coal -Products of its Distillation Manufacture of Coal Gas Economy of Fuel Fermentation -Beer Wine Spirits Bread Alcohol therification Organic Acids -Vinegar Acetification Lactic Tartaric Citric Tannic and other Acids Organic Bases -Morphia Quinia &c Oils and Fats -Soap and Candle making Resins -Varnishes Caoutchouc Gutta Percha Colouring Matters -Dyeing Calico Printing Albumen and Fibrin -Preservation of Animal and Vegetable Substances Gelatin -Preparation of Leather and Glue On the Nutrition of Plants and Animals Frequent Examinations of the Class both viva voce and by written papers are held during the Course at the usual Lecture hour Miller's Chemistry is used as text-book by the Class Practical Chemistry Tuesday and Friday 10 20-11 40 Students of the Second Year attend in the Laboratory twice week and go through Course of Chemical Analysis both by liquid tests and the blow pipe Other Students of this Department may be admitted to this Class at any period of their study on payment of the usual extra fee
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