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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-190

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190 ENGINEERING Metals -The most common and important metals their preparation and characteristic properties Their chief com- pounds as oxides sulphides chlorides sulphates &c Classification of the metals Periodic law The last portion of the Course will be devoted to the chemistry of certain subjects more specially relating to technology such as-Bleaching water in its relation to boiler deposits &c building stone and cements chemistry of pigments heating and lighting &c written examination is held at the close of each Term Bioxam's Chemistry is used as text-book by the Class Practical Chemistry Tuesday and Friday 10 20-11 40 Students of the Second Year attend in the Laboratory twice week and go through Course of Chemical Analysis both by liquid tests and the blow pipe Other Students of this Department may be admitted to this Class at any period of their study on payment of the usual extra fee The text book used in this Course is Bioxam's Labora- tory Teaching Analytical Chemistry Students of the third year have additional opportu- ruties of studying Chemistry by entering for the Class of Ex- penmental and Analytical Chemistry for which the above Laboratory Course forms suitable preparation Class for such Students is held on Wednesday from 40 to and on Saturday from 10 to Fee Ā£3 3s not including the cost of Chemicals and the use of Apparatus
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