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ENGINEERING 1U3 Arsenic -Its hydrides chlorides and oxides Arsenious and arsenic acids Arsenites and arsenates Detection of arsenic Boron -Its occurrence and allotropic modifications Boron tri-oxide Boric acid Silicon and silica Silicic acid Silicon hydride silicon fluoride Names and formulae of some of the more important silicates mineral Dialysis Carhon -Diamond and Graphite or Plumbago-their uses Lamp Black Charcoal Distillation of Wood Animal Char- 30al or Bone-black-its use in Sugar-refining Coal and its arieties-their applications for Heating and Lighting Carbonic Acid Respiration Fermentation Accidents rom Carbonic Acid in Wells &c Testing state of Air in Dwelling-rooms Ventilation Soda-water Importance of Carbonic Acid in Agriculture Salts of Carbonic Acid Carbonic Oxide Its value in Metallurgic operations rtoasting of Copper-ores Preparation of Carbonic Oxide Oxalic Acid Hydrocarbons -Marsh Gas defiant gas acetylene De- termination of the composition of organic substances Vapour densities Manufacture of Coal-gas Relative values tof its constituents Chemical valuation of Gas Explosions in Coalmines Safety-lamps Illuminating Flames Gas- burners Petroleums and Paraffin Oils Use of the Blow- pipe 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 ╬Ł
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