|Title||Schedule of Class and Laboratory Work in Qualitative Chemistry for Medical and Dental Students in the Chemical Laboratory of the University of Michigan, 1885-6|
|Scope & Content||Single-sided, accordion-folded schedule for the Qualitative Chemistry course taught by Charles L. Davis, Ph. C. The course textbook is First Book in Qualitative Chemistry by Professor Prescott. The course is divided into three sections: "Preliminary Drill in Chemical Notation and Nomenclature," "Laboratory and Class Work upon Substances, Chiefly of Know Composition," and "Analysis of Mixtures of Unknown Composition." The middles section is further divided into two parts, spanning thirty days: "Experiments in Precipitation and in the Solubility of Precipitates," and "Separation and Identification of Bases and of Acids in known and unknown Mixtures."|
Davis, Charles L.
|Extent of Description||5.0625" x 12.625" unfolded|
University of Michigan