Science Made Easy; A Series of Familiar Lectures on the Elements of Scientific Knowledge Most Required in Daily Life Volume 3

Science Made Easy; A Series of Familiar Lectures on the Elements of Scientific Knowledge Most Required in Daily Life Volume 3

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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. 1876 edition. Excerpt: ...Museum, the term Museum Set will be used to designate the Assortment belonging to any one Lecture, whilst the term Museum Collection will embrace the aggregate of sets belonging to the whole Course (see Introd. p. 25b). 2. For suggestions concerning Circulating Collections see the Introduction Chap. II., sec. 1 D. 3. For Estimates of Sets specially prepared and sold by London firms, see Appendix III. to the Introduction. 4. Suggestions for facilitating the Home Production of certain Illustrations, and the purchase of others, will be found in the following parts of the Introduction: --General Advice, Chap. II., Sec. 3 B. Chemical Apparatus and Glassware, Chap. II. Sec. 3 C. and Appendix IV. Diagrams and Tablets: --Materials and Preparation, Chap. II., Sec. 3 D. Purchase. Appendix V. Chests and Accessories, Chap. II., Sec. 3 E. Lists of Accessories, Appendix VII. Standard Duties--Management of the Illustrations. 5. The Numbers in the Text warn the Demonstrator to act according to the corresponding Instructions. The Eeader pauses if necessary. He also allows any time marked by Dotted Lines indicating certain stages of the Demonstrator's performance. 6. Counter-references prefixed to the several Instructions, point to the corresponding numbers in the Text indicating the Page and Column where they occur. They thus give the Demonstrator some idea of the intervals between the performances (Introd. p. 17a). 7. The Standard Instructions printed in large type are those to which the Demonstrator must constantly have an eye during the Lecture (Introd. p. 17a). They are purposely very curt, and often give the mere name of the Article to which attention is to be drawn, leaving to the discretion of the Demonstrator, aided by previous study, to determine...show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236917928
  • 9781236917928