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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1881-1882-356

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EVENING CLASSES 557 Copper-smelting Alloys of Copper &c Zinc Ores their treatment Means by which Zinc can be rolled into sheets Alloys of Zinc Brass Muntz's Metal &c Lead-smelting and Desilverization of Lead Silver Extraction of from its Ores its Alloys Gold Methods of extraction and parting from Silver Copper &c Smelting of Tin Ores Tin-plating Bronze &c The means by which Antimony Bismuth Nickel Cobalt Mercury &c are obtained their Properties and Uses will also be discussed 36 PRACTICAL METALLURGY Day and Hour of ttendance-Friday from to The work in the Laboratory is intended to illustrate the rinciples discussed in the Lectures on Metallurgy The instruction given to each student is regulated by his special requirements Special attention is given to the following subjects -The Properties of Metals The Relation between the Chemical and the Physical and Mechanical Proper- ties of Metals will be studied with the aid of Λ Λ י Testing- Machinery II -The Preparation of Alloys and the Study of their Properties Ill- The Methods of Assaying by Fire the Ores of Lead Silver Gold Iron Copper Tin &c IV-The Blowpipe Analysis of Minerals and Alloys -The Study of the Materials used for Pottery Glass Enamels &c VI -The Wet Assay of Iron Copper Silver &c 'VII The Complete Analysis of Mineral Substances Slags Fuels &c VIII -Electrometallurgy IX -The Applications of the Spectroscope and the Micro- scope to Metallurgical Research
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