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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1899-1900-194

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190 FACULTY OF SCIENCE May Term is directed to examination of the stability and durability of rocks under different denuding agents and as consequences of the influence of stratification upon their chemical constitution In Physical Geology the lectures will explain the nature and properties of the several kinds of rocks and building stones and their occurrence in relation to stratification folding dis- location intrusion as well as variations of texture which have been developed since their original formation In the Field Work in the Easter Term few of these conditions are examined practically In the Laboratory students work through Series of rock specimens minerals fossils and draw sections from Geological Maps In Mineralogy lectures are given upon the natural history of the minerals which form building materials crystalline and other rocks and which yield the principal metals in mineral veins The extensive collections in the Geological Laboratory of the College are used in the Laboratory teaching and are available for study daily whenever the Laboratory is open The Easter Term Excursions are limited to those obtaining first or second class in the examinations who with other specially qualified students will be recommended by the Pro fessor for admission to the London Geological Field Class For detailed syllabus of Classes and Fees see Natural Science Division METALLURGY Huntington &a Past President Inst Mining and Metallurgy Professor Davison Demonstrator Second-year Students Wed 12-1 and Fri 30-2 30 Lent and Easter Terms
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