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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-158

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FACULTY OF SCIENCE Zinc -Extraction of Zinc from its ores by the Belgian and Silesian furnace methods and by electrolysis Zinc rolling and working 44 Galvanized 11 iron Alloys of Zinc Brass Muntz's Metal Sterro Metal Manganes Bronzes &c Tin -The dressing and smelting of Tin Ores and separation from Wolfram Varieties of Commercial tin Tin foil Manufacture and use of tin- and terne- plate Solders and soldering Alloys of tin bronze gun-metal bell-metal phosphor bronze &c Antimony -Smelting of Antimony Ores and refining of the metal star antimony Alloys type metal Britannia metal &c Lead -Treatment of the Ores of Lead Softening of hard lead Extraction of silver from lead the Pattinson- Rozan and Parkes processes Manufacture of lead sheet and foil rod tube shot &c Alloys pewter &c Silver -The Ores of Silver extraction of the metal by amalgamation lead and other processes Cupel a- tion Uses of silver in the Arts silver leaf and wire- Silver and electro-plate Alloys standard silver the alloys used in foreign coinage and in jewellery Gold -The Ores of Gold and general methods of treatment Hydraulicing stamping washing amal- gamation chlorination cyaniding &c Parting of gold from silver by acid and chlorine processes Gold leaf Alloys standard gold gold used for jewellery and in foreign mints &c fercury -Treatment of Mercurial Ores Refining of mercury Amalgams Bismuth -The smelting refining and uses of Bismuth Fusible metals Nickel -The means by which nickel is obtained from its ores Grain cast and malleable nickel Indus- trial applications of the metal and its alloys German silver nickel steel &c
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