The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 50
2. Rational Chemistry
2. Rational Chemistry.
|1.||Food and Drink—Cereals, starch, bread, meat, sugar, preservation of food, water, milk, tea, coffee, fermentation of wine, beer, spirits, vinegar, tobacco, etc.|
|2.||Oils, Fats, Soaps, Glycerine.|
|3.||Illumination—Candles, oils and lamps, petroleum, gas and its products.|
|4.||Fuel and its application.|
|5.||Disinfectants and Antiseptics—Preservation of wood, etc.|
|6.||Limes, Mortars, Cements, etc.|
|7.||Glass, Porcelain, Pottery, etc.|
The collection of specimens to illustrate these lectures is yearly increasing, and embraces a complete set of Knapp's Technological Diagrams, which greatly facilitate instruction in this department. All students working for an academic degree, as also those in Medicine and Civil Engineering, must complete this course.—Second Semester, daily, from 11-12.