The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 29
|(a)||The general principles of Chemical Combination, Notation, and Nomenclature.|
|(b)||The classification of the elements and the principles of the leading chemical theories.|
|(c)||The description of the more important elements, and organic and inorganic compounds.|
|(d)||The general Chemistry of animal and vegetable organisms.|
|(e)||Chemical Physics, including the chemical relations of Light, Heat, and Electricity.|
The Practical Classes conducted in the Laboratory extend over a period of six months.
In these Classes the instruction is devoted to the analysis of simple Salts, Soils, Coal, Limestones, and the ores of the more important metals, e.g., Gold, Silver, Lead, Copper, Iron, Mercury, Zinc, Antimony, Tin.
Text-book: Fownes' Manual.