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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-156

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r cn TY κ scikn In Physical Geology the lectures will explain tin nature and properties of tin several kinds of rucks ami heir modes of occurrence as consequences of stratification dislocation folding intrusion &cM and 1110 variations of texture which result from changes taking place since their original formation In the Field Work in the May Term those conditions of rocks which can he examined in the time available will be studied practically In Mineralogy lectures will be given upon the natural history of the minerals which form building materials crystalline and other rocks and which yield metals in mineral veins In this subject some lectures will be given on the principle of quarrying and mining with visits to practical examples of the work described The geological and niiiieralogical collections of the Natural Histoy Museum of the College will be used in illustration of the Lectures The Field Work Excursions will bo tu Nutlield and God- stone Rochester and Maidstone Heme Bay Sheerncss and Tunbridge Wells and Frant For detailed syllabus of Classes and Fees see Natural Science Division METALLURGY HUNTINGTON Assoc Royal School of Mines Professor Κ Λ Davison Assoc Royal Sch Mines Demonstrator Second- car Students Tuesday 3-4 Easter Term Third-year Students Monday and Friday The following subjects are dealt with in the Lecture as far as the time available permits and more or less fully according to the requirement of the particular Class -General considerations concerning the Principles of Metallurgy -Fuel -Combustion Calorific Power and Intensity Wood Charcoal Peal Lignites Hitiimmmts and Anthracitic Ooalfl their Composition Pro pert iee9 ClassiGeation and Uses Coke the Nature and
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