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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-320

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318 EVENING CLASSES Arrangements will be made for enabling the Students to compete for the Prizes given by the Committee of Council on Education at the various Examinations held during the month of March Students must purchase their own Drawing Materials but these will be supplied from the College Office at cost price 20 THE PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY Days and Hour of Attendance-Monday and Thursday from to Definitions Physical and Chemical changes-Metrical System of Weights and Measures-Atmospheric Pressure- Effect of Pressure and Temperature on Gases Elements -Chemical Compounds- Mechanical Mixtures- Combining proportions or atomic weights-Quantivalence- Use of Symbols-Classification of Compounds and Elements according to their chemical behaviour Nomenclature -Acids Bases and Salts The preparation properties and natural occurrence of the following substances ana their most characteristic compounds together with their application to the useful arts will be described monads Hydrogen -Manipulation with Gases-Gaseous Diffu- sion-Hydrogen in the Nascent state-Reducing Action Chlorine Bromine and Iodine Commonly called Halogens or Salt-producers-Liquefaction of Gases-Com- pounds withH drogen-Molecules and Atoms-Bleaching -Relative Chemical Activity of these Elements Fluorine -Glass Etching with Hydro-fluoric Acid diads Oxygen -The Atmosphere-Combustion-Allotropy- Ozone and Oxygen-Water in the solid liquid and gaseous states-Specific and Latent Heat-Natural Waters and their Impurities- Of Hydrates Hydrogen Peroxide Oxygen compounds of the Halogens-Oxides
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