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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-159

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ENGINEERING 155 Aluminium -Its extraction from aluminous earths Uses of the pure and alloyed metal Aluminium bronze &c Sodium and Potassium Cadmium -Their extraction and uses Fee £3 3s for the Course Evening Class -Wednesday 7-8 The Course of Lectures is similar to that given in the Day Class Fee £1 Is per Term or £1 lis 6d for the Winter Session METALLURGICAL LABORATORY The Laboratory is open every day from 10 to except on Saturdays when it closes at o'clock Tlie instruction given to each person in the Laboratory is regulated entirely by his special requirements Third-year Matriculated Students joining the Division of Metallurgy follow the Course laid down in the Time Table Particular attention is given to the following subjects The methods of Assaying by fire the ores of Gold Silver Lead Iron Copper Tin &c II The Assay of Bullion III The Amalgamation of Gold and Silver Ores IV Cyaniding and Chlorination The Analysis of Solid and Gaseous Fuels Furnace Gases &c VI Calorimetry and Pyrometry Methods of determining the practical value of any given Fuel VII The wet Assay of Iron Copper Silver Nickel &c
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