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Practical Chemistry for Engineering Students

By Hale, A. J.

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Title: Practical Chemistry for Engineering Students  
Author: Hale, A. J.
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Language: English
Subject: Programming, Chemistry Books, Practical Chemistry
Collections: Technical eBooks and Manuals Collection, Technical Books Center Collection
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Publication Date:
1912
Publisher: Longmans, Green and Co

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Hale, A. J. (1912). Practical Chemistry for Engineering Students. Retrieved from http://www.worldpubliclibrary.org/


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Description: One of the practical difficulties encountered by the teacher in carrying out modern schemes of technical education arises from the failure on the part of the students preparing for some particular profession or industry to realise the importance of subjects which they regard as being outside their own province. This difficulty is experienced very generally; it constantly arises, for example, in connection with the professional training of such classes of students as those preparing for medicine or pharmacy, or for the various branches of engineering. It is to this last group of students that the present little work by Mr. Arthur J. Hale especially appeals. Those who are responsible for laying down the broad principles of training for the mechanical engineer have wisely included Chemistry as an essential subject.

Table of Contents
TOC : Introduction - Physical Change And Chemical Change—Physical Mixtures And Chemical Compounds - Composition Of Air And Water—Oxidation And Ebduotion - Oxides And Hydroxides—Bases, Acids, And Salts - Determination Of Chemical Equivalents - Sulphides—Compounds Of The Elements With Sulphur - Chlorlne And Its Compounds - Cabbon Dioxide, Carbonates, And Carbides - Carbon And Carbonaceous Substances - Sulphites And Sulphates, Nitrites And Nitrates Chlorates - Compounds Op Phosphorus, Arsenic, Silicon, And Boron Compounds Of Chromium, Tungsten, And Manganese Mineral Substances Used As Pigments - Simple Qualitative Analysis - Volttmbteic Analysis - Quantitative! Analysis For Engineers - Appendix.

 

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