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Abstract [O]ur task of deciphering the past history of science … is one to which many of our greatest men of science have devoted themselves, among whom we may recall Kopp and Marcelin Berthelot, the great synthetist, who devoted much time and work to the Greek and Arabic writers … The last...
Abstract Henry Armstrong is remembered primarily as a naysayer, one of the most vehement opponents of electrolytic dissociation and ions. Although he is known to have favoured a chemical, rather than a physical, approach to the study of solutions, he is less often remembered as advocating a...
Abstract Seventeenth-century physician Martin Lister is best known for his work in natural history and participation in the early Royal Society. However, little attention has been focused upon Lister's work in chemistry, the most salient examples being his analysis of pyrites or “fools' gold”...
Abstract The second part of this paper explores the means through which chemistry was established as a public science in Metz. It demonstrates again the important role played by apothecaries and physicians in this process and how they exploited, shaped and were in turn shaped by the growing...
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