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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1883-1884-201

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APPLIED SCIENCES 197 called impurities they contain The quality of metal also ries with the process by which it has been extracted from ore and the kind of mechanical treatment to which it has en subsequently subjected II The Preparation of Alloys and the study of their operties III The methods of Assaying by fire the ores of Lead ver Gold Iron Copper Tin &c IV The Blowpipe analysis of Minerals and Alloys The study of the material used for Pottery Glass namels &c VI The Wet Assaying of Iron Copper Silver &c VII The complete analysis of mineral substances Slags nels &c VIII Electro-metallurgy IX The Applications of the Microscope and the Spectro- ope to Metallurgical research Eor fees see page 206 For the "Siemens" Prize offered in connection with this lbject see page 213 14 Engineering Workshops Matriculated Students The instruction given in the Workshop is divided into wo branches namely Wood Work and Metal Work The Workshop is well provided writh the necessary Carpenters' rices and Benches together with Hand-Lathes Geared and crew-cutting Lathes Planing Drilling and other Machine ools The Foundry is furnished with Cupola Brass arnaces Drying-stoves and other suitable appointments he Smith's Shop contains forges and well-selected stock tools Steam-engine is placed in the vicinity of the Workshop by which the lathes machine-tools and foundry- anare driven Model Room is attached to the Workshop Ī· which are kept exercises examples and models to be worked to by the Students with the cost of the materials required for construction attached to each one
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