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ENGINEERING 191 li Mathematical Instruments and How to Use Them together with drawing board and all other needful appliances for successful work Chemistry Students of the first year are admitted to Course of Theoretical and Applied Chemistry from 10 20 to 11 20 on Tuesday and Friday throughout the Academical Year The following subjects will be discussed Introduction -Illustrations and examples of chemical action Indestructibility of matter Simple and compound substances Laws of chemical combination in definite and multiple proportions Dalton's atomic theory Principles of chemical nomenclature Symbolic notation Formulae and equations Calculation of the quantities by weight taking part in reactions Division of elements into metals and non-metals French and English weights and measures Calculation of the weight and volume of gases at the standard temperature and pressure Atoms and molecules atomic and molecular weights Atomic and molecular formulas and equations Specific heat and atomic heat of the elements Hydrogen -Diffusion of Gases Balloons Inflammation and Explosion of Gases Oxygen -Combustion Action of the Atmospheric Oxygen upon Non-Metals and Metals Utility of Metals dependent upon their relations to Oxygen Oxides Acids Bases Salts Water -Analysis and Synthesis Electrolysis Determina- tion of the Composition of Water Chemical Relations of Water to other Substances -Slacking of Lime Crystallisation of Metallic Salts Effects of Dry and Moist Air upon Salts
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