Ohio State University Bulletin Volume 24, No. 21

Ohio State University Bulletin Volume 24, No. 21

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1921 edition. Excerpt: ...than Chemistry 106. The laboratory work is a general course in qualitative analysis. 127. Organic Chemistry. Four credit hours. First semester. Three lectures and one quiz each week. Prerequisite, an acceptable course in general chemistry. Mr. McPherson. This is a general introductory course in organic chemistry. 151-152. Organic Chemistry. Two credit hours. The year. Prerequisite, Chemistry 109-110, 113-114, 119-120, except by special permission of the instructor. Mr. McPherson. Lectures in organic chemistry. 153-154. Organic Chemistry. Two or three credit hours. The year. Six or nine laboratory hours each week. Laboratory open afternoons. This course must be accompanied or preceded by Chemistry 151-152. Mr. McPherson, Mr. Boord, Mr. Galloway. The preparation of typical organic compounds. CIVIL ENGINEERING Office, 108 Brown Hall PROFESSOR ENO, MR. NEILSON 131. Surveying. Five credit hours. First semester. Landscape Architecture, second year. Prerequisites, Mathematics 107 and Engineering Drawing 125. Mr. Neilson. 133. Sanitation, Drainage, Water Supply. One credit hour. First semester. One lecture each week and collateral reading. Landscape Architecture, third year. Prerequisite, Civil Engineering 131. Mr. Eno. The elementary principles of residential, institutional and small community sanitation and water supply, and road and ground drainage problems. DAIRYING Office, 111 Townshend Hall PROFESSOR ERF. ASSISTANT PROFESSOR STOLTZ, MR. BURKE. MR. KOCHHEISER 101. Principles of Dairying. Four credit hours. Either semester. Prerequisite to all other courses in dairying. Mr. Stoltz. Lectures will be given on the relation of dairying to general agriculture; the composition of dairy products and the laws governing them; the secretion of milk and...show more

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