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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1878-1879-322

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320 evening classes 21 PRACTICAL CHEMISTRY Day and Hour of Attendance-Tuesday from to Course of Demonstrations on Analytical Chemistry including- Course of Practical Chemistry sufficient for the re- quirements of the Sc the Medical and other Examina- tions The Qualitative Analysis of Complex Solutions and the Blowpipe Analysis of Minerals Such examples in Quantitative work as the Analysis of Crystalline Salts the Estimation of Acids and Alkalis of Iron in Iron Ores and Chlorine in Bleaching Powder &c The number of Students who can attend this more ad- vanced class is limited This Course lasts from October to March Students work independently of each other and are sup- plied with the requisite apparatus and chemicals Those doing quantitative work must each provide his own set of weights books recommended Bloxam's Laboratory Teaching Bowman's Practical Chemistry or the Owens Col- lege Course of Practical Chemistry published by Macmillan 22 MECHANICS and their application to engineering and machinery Daysand Hour of Attendance-Monday and Thursday from i07 Physical Force-The Correlation of Matter and Force- Illustrations of various kinds of Force in Nature Definitions of Weight Specific Gravity Mass Density Division of the Science of Mechanics into Statics and Dynamics
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