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AbstractThis paper uses case studies of the cities of Nancy and Metz to demonstrate that chemistry was established as a thriving public science in the French provinces in the last decades of the old regime. It shows that physicians and apothecaries were key figures in this development. I argue...
AbstractBetween 1835 and 1871, Anselme Payen (1795-1871) taught industrial chemistry at both the Ecole centrale des arts et manufactures and the Conservatoire des arts et métiers. In addition, he held several administrative functions in such institutions as the Société d'encouragement pour...
AbstractTwo distinct ways of ordering of the seven ancient metals, denoted as System I and II in this paper, can be found in alchemical sources. In System I metals are arranged with gold in the central position: lead, tin, iron, gold, copper, mercury, silver. This arrangement bears resemblance...
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