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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-201

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ENGINEERING 19Γ This course comprises Lectures upon the principles of Geology and Palaeontology The following subjects are taught -formation of rock masses succession of life-types theory of geological eras classification of the primary and secondary and tertiary strata with their characteristic fossils and geological mapping The Tennant" prize for Geology is open to Students of his Glass See page 216 Second Year Monday Mineralogy The Lectures will relate to practical ineralogy and the examination of specimens of the non- etailic and Metallic Minerals The 11 Pennant" prize for Practical Mineralogy is given in onnexion with the examinations in this Class at the end of he Easter Term Seepage 216 11 The Art and Scientific Principles of Photography The Course of instruction in Photography is theoretical and practical in those branches which are deemed most generally useful to Students in the Department of Applied Sciences Besides instruction in the ordinary process of Photography with the Nitrate of Silver bath the practical work embraces the preparation of pyroxoline of collodion of sensitive emulsions and dry plates the method of using dry plates for portraiture landscape photography copying diagrams and maps photographing machines and the interior of buildings It is also intended if time permits that the applications of Photography to research in Spectrum Analysis and Microscopy shall form special branch of instruction Hours 11 15-1 15 on Monday Ν
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