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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-423

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EVENING CLASSES 421 Definitions of "Density Specific Gravity Experi- mental Methods of Determining the Density of Substances Boyle's Law and its Applications Flow of Liquids Hydromechanical Machines The Lectures will be illustrated by experiments and are specially designed with view to meet the requirements of those who may be preparing for the London University Matriculation Examination BOOKS RECOMMENDED "Elementary Mechanics" by Magnus Hydrostatics'' by Magnus 33 METALLURGY Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to This Course of Lectures established by the aid of the City and Guilds of London Institute is designed for all those who in any way have to do practically with the extraction and more especially with the applications of metals It treats of the methods by which metals are obtained from their ores and the means by which they are rendered suitable for the various requirements of the Arts The Course for the ensuing year will be on the properties of Metals and Alloys and their uses in the Arts The following is short sketch of the proposed method of treatment -General considerations concerning the Principles of Metallurgy II -The Chemical Physical and Mechanical Properties of Metals and Alloys and the influence of foreign substances and of different methods of mechanical treatment upon these properties The behaviour of the metals when exposed to the action of Air Water &c The various mechanical tests for determining
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