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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1883-1884-184

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180 APPLIED SCIENCES branches of the following subjects -Mechanics Pneumati Heat Light Electricity and Magnetism and to constri the more simple apparatus required for those experiments The Professor is at liberty to exclude from his Tuesd Class anv Students whom he does not consider sufficient advanced for it Other Students of this Department may be admitted to tl Class on payment of the usual extra fee Students who are desirous of acquiring further knowledi of any special branches have an opportunity of doing so und the superintendence of the Professor and Demonstrator The Subjects will be arranged as follows The Use of the Barometer The Thermometer The Hygrometer Determination of Specific Gravities Measurement of volumes of Gases under varying pressure Measurement of Expansion of Solids Liquids and Gases Measurement of Specific and Latent Heats Measurement of conducting power of bodies for Heat Photometry Measurement of the Angles of Crystals and of Indices Refraction Measurement of the Focal Lengths of Mirrors and ensej The use of the Microscope and Spectroscope Spectrum Analysis Interference Diffraction and Polarization of Light The Saccharimeter Measurement of the Strength of Suga Solutions The Measurement of Wave-lengths Radiation Absorption and Reflection of Radiant Heat Magnetism and the making of Magnets Diamagnetism and Terrestrial Magnetism Frictional Electricitv Manipulation of Electrical Machines and Apparatus con nected with them Electrometers and Electroscopes Different methods of developing currents of Electricity Voltaic and Dynamic Electricity
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