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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-452

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446 EVENING CLASSES 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 XII -Electrometallurgy XIV -The Applications of the Spectroscope and the Micro- scope to Metallurgical Research ft fl -Facilities will be afforded to intending Candidates for the Science and Art Department or other examinations in Practical Metallurgy 35 MINERALOGY Day and Hour of Attendance-Monday from to These lectures about thirty in number will have refer- ence to the physical properties the classification and the determination of Minerals In the Michaelmas Term the six systems of Crystallography the optical and chemical characters of Minerals their analysis by the Blowpipe and the methods for determining their specific gravity will be explained In the Lent Term the non-Metallic and Metallic Minerals will be brought under review and their form hardness weight lustre transparency structure fusibility and chemical composition will be given The Course will be illustrated by very extensive col- lection of specimens In the Easter Term the lectures will relate both to prac- tical blow-pipe work for the determination of minerals and also to the actual examination of specimens and will last from to For particulars relating to the Tennant מ Prize see Section Summer Course page 402
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