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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-426

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424 EVENING CLASSES 34 PRACTICAL METALLURGY Day and Hour of Attendance-Friday from to The instruction given to each student is regulated by 111$ special requirements Special attention is given to the following subjects -The Methods of Assaying by Fire the Ores of Gold Silver Lead Iron Copper Tin &c II -The Assay of Bullion III -The Amalgamation of Gold and Silver Ores IV -The Blowpipe Analysis of Minerals and Alloys -The Analysis of Solid and Gaseous Fuels Furnace Gases &c VI -Calorimetry and Pyrometry Methods of determining the practical value of any given fuel VII -The Wet Assay of Iron Copper Silver Nickel &c VIII -The Complete Analysis of Mineral Substances Slags &c IX -The Study of the Materials used for Pottery Glass Enamels &c -Extraction and Manufacturing Processes XI -The Properties of Metals -The Properties of Metals are examined by means of testing machinery &c and the composition of the metals carefully ascer- tained Note -The Properties of Metals are modified according to the nature and the quantity of the so-called impurities they contain The quality of metal also varies with the process by which it has been extracted from its ore and the kind of mechanical treatment to which it has been subsequently subjected XII -The Preparation of Alloys and the Study of their Properties
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