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BIOLOGY.-PART II.

(LABORATORY WORK.)

SECOND PAPER.

The Board of Examiners.

1. Identify and describe briefly the preparations labelled

A and B.

2. Identify and describe briefly the preparations labelled

C and D.

3. Identify and describe briefly the specimens labelled

E, F, G, H, and K.

CHEMISTRY, Part I.-SECOND HONOURS PAPER.

The Board of Examiners.

.N.B.-Candidates are instructed to give equations for

chemical changes and to supplement these equations verbally, e.g. as to the conditions under which the change occurs, the characters of the products, &c.

1. What do you understand by the atomic volume of

an element ? What relation has been proved to exist between the atomic volumes and atomic weights ? Explain fully.

acid may

2. Discuss the different ways in which

act on a salt in presence of water.

3. Give an account of the preparation, the properties,

and the probable constitution, of each of the following potassium salts :-(1) thiosulphate; (2) fluosilicate; (3) chloroplatinate; (4) ferrocyanide; (5) bichromate.

4. The element manganese may be compared, from

different points of view, to each of the following: -iron, lead, sulphur, chlorine. Explain this statement as fully as you can.

5. Give a sketch (selecting your own examples), of the

chief methods used by chemists for determining

the atomic weight of an element. 6. Describe a laboratory process for detecting the

metals in a mixture of the following salts :silver nitrate, ferrous sulphate, magnesium sulphate.

WYSELASKIE SCHOLARSHIP EXAMINA.

TION.

MATHEMATICS.
Professor Nanson and Mr. J. H. Michell.

1.-DYNAMICS. Write an essay on one or more of the following

subjects -
1. The motion of a rigid body under the in-

fluence of no forces.
2. The oscillations of a dynamical system

about a steady state of motion. 3. The variation of the elements in a dynam

ical problem.

MATHEMATICS.
Professor Nanson and Mr. J. H. Michell.

II.-HYDRODYNAMICS.
Write an essay on one or more of the following

subjects
1. Transformations of the general equations

of hydrodynamics.
2. The application of conjugate functions to

hydrodynamical problems.
3. The stability of a cylindrical jet.

MATHEMATICS.
Professor Nanson and Mr. J. H. Michell.

III.-CONDUCTION OF HEAT.
Write an essay on one or more of the following sub-

jects :

1. The motion of heat in a solid cylinder.
2. The motion of heat in a solid cube.
3. The influence of the seasons on the internal

distribution of the temperature of the
earth.

MATHEMATICS.
Professor Nanson and Mr. J. H. Michell.

IV.-ELECTRICITY AND MAGNETISM.
Write an essay on one or more of the following sub-

jects :-
1. The distribution of electricity on an approxi-

mately spherical conductor in a given

electric field. 2. The energy of a magnetic system. 3. The mutual inductive influences of two

electric circuits. 4. The effects of self-induction on an oscilla

tory current transmitted along an infinitely long cylindrical wire.

SECOND PASS EXAMINATION.

GREEK.-PART I. (TRANSLATION.)

Professor Tucker and Mr. Tubbs.

1. Translate, with brief marginal notes where you may

think them desirable-
(α) αλλ' ή πνοαίσιν ή βαθυσκαφεί κάνει

κρύψον νιν, ένθα μήποτ' εις εύνην πατρός
τούτων πρόσεισι μηδέν" αλλ' όταν θάνη
κειμήλιαυτη ταύτα σωζέσθω κάτω.
αρχήν δ' άν, ει μη τλημoνεστάτη γυνή
πασών έβλαστε, τάσδε δυσμενείς χοάς
ουκ άν ποθ', όν γ' έκτεινε, τώδ' επέστεφε.
σκέψαι γάρ ει σοι προσφιλώς αυτή δοκεί
γέρα τάδ' ουν τάφοισι δέξασθαι νέκυς,
υφ' ής θανών άτιμος, ώστε δυσμενής,
έμασχαλίσθη κάπί λουτροίσιν κάρα
κηλίδας εξέμαξεν. άρα μη δοκείς
λυτήριαυτη ταύτα του φόνου φέρειν;
ουκ έστιν. αλλά ταύτα μεν μέθες" συ δε
τεμούσα κρατός βοστρύχων άκρας φόβας
κάμου ταλαίνης, σμικρά μεν τάδ', άλλ' όμως
άχω, δος αυτή, τήνδ' άλιπαρή τρίχα
και ζωμα τουμόν ου χλιδαίς ήσκημένον.

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