Excerpt from Introduction to Metallurgical Chemistry for Technical Students
This little book is intended for the use of technical students who are desirous of making a study of'the metals employed for industrial purposes. It must be regarded strictly as a preparatory course, ... before the study of metallurgy proper. Several years' experience in teaching large classes in metal lurgy has made it evident that many who are engaged in business during the day, and have, therefore, but little time for study, are unwilling to devote several years to a syste matic course of chemistry before commencing the subject in which they are essentially interested. It has been found that two, or in special cases three, evenings a week is the usual limit to the attendance of such students. This. Permits of only one subject being taken at a time.
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