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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-158

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APPLIED SCIENCES 1S7 Cam Heart and Tappit Wheels Plans Elevations and Sec- tions of Locomotive and Marine Engines and Stationary Engines for various purposes with their details and Draw- ings to scale of Models in the Museum or Machines in the Workshop It will be seen by the above outline of the course that Students are encouraged to make careful and accurate working drawings directly bearing on the subjects in which they receive instruction in Section Arts of Construction and in Section Manufacturing Art and Machinery Occasional Students may take up any branch of the Course which they may wish to follow free-hand drawing From copies in Outline Shaded and from Nature Landscape Drawing Model Drawing &c Chemistry Students of the first year are admitted to Course of Theoretical and Applied Chemistry at from 10 20 to 11 20 on Tuesday and Friday throughout the Academical Year The subjects will be discussed in the following order Wafer -Analysis and Synthesis Electrolysis Atomic Theory Classification of Metals according to their Action upon Water Hydrogen -Diffusion of Gases Balloons Inflammation and Explosion of Gases Oxygen -Combustion Action of the Atmospheric Oxygen upon Non-Metals and Metals Utility of Metals dependent upon their relations to Oxygen Chemical Relations of Wale to other Substances -Slacking of Lime Crystallisation of Metallic Salts Effects of Dry and Moist Air upon Salts Natural Forms of Water -Rain Spring Saline and Mineral Waters Hard and Soft Waters Sea Water Boiler incrus- tations Formation of Calcareous Deposits in Nature Pro- cesses for softening Waters Action of Water upon Lead
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