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SECOND EDITION, Revised Throughout. In Medium 8vo. With

Vumerous Plates, Maps, and Ilustrations. 218. net. CYANIDING GOLD & SILVER ORES. A Practical Treatise on the Cyanide Process; its Application, Methods of Working, Design and Construction of

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INTRODUCTION to the STUDY of METALLURGY.

By the EDITOR. Sixth EDITION. (See p. 63.) GOLD (The Metallurgy of). By Thos. KIRKE ROSE,

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Sixth EDITION, thoroughly Revised and considerably Enlarged. Large
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Plates of different varieties of Steel.
An Introduction to the Study of

METALLURGY.

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Sir W. ROBERTS-AUSTEN, K.C.B., D.C.L., F.R.S., A.R.S.M.,
Late Chemist and Assayer of the Royal Mint, and Professor of Metallurgy

in the Royal College of Science,
Revised throughout by F. W. HARBORD, A. R. S. M., F.I.C.

GENERAL CONTENTS.- The Relation of Metallurgy to Chemistry.-Physical Properties of Metals.-Alloys. The Thermal Treatment of Metals.-Fuel and Thermal Measurements. -Materials and Products of Metallurgical Processes.- Furnaces.-Means of Supplying Air to Furnaces.-Thermo-Chemistry.-Typical Metallurgical Processes. --The Micro-Structure of Metals and Alloys.-Economic Considerations.

No English text-book at all approaches this in the COMPLETENESS with which the most modern views on the subject are dealt with. Professor Austen's volume will be INVALUABLE, not only to the student, but also to those whose knowledge of the art is far advanced."--Chemical News.

FIFTH EDITION, Revised, Considerably Enlarged, and in part Re-writton.

With Frontispiece and numerous Illustrations. 218.

THE METALLURGY OF GOLD.

BY

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T. KIRKE ROSE, D.Sc. Lond., Assoc.R.S.M.,

Chemist and Assayer of the Royal Mint. GENERAL CONTENTS.—The Properties of Gold and its Alloys.-Chemistry of the Compounds of Gold.- Mode of Occurrence and Distribution of Gold.—Shallow Placer Deposits. - Deep Placer Deposits. -Quartz Crushing in the Stamp Battery.-Amalgam. ation in the Stamp Battery.-Other Forms of Crushing and Amalgamating Machinery. -Concentration in Gold Mills.—Dry Crushing.--Re-grinding.-Roasting.–Chlorination: The Plattner Process, The Barrel Process, The Vat-Solution Process.--The Cyanide Process.-Chemistry of the Cyanide Process.-Refining and Parting of Gold Bullion. --Assay of Gold Ores. - Assay of Gold Bullion.-Statistics of Gold Production.-Biblio‘raphy.-INDEX. “A COMPREHENSIVE PRACTICAL TREATISE on this important subject."-The Times.

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