|A simplified snapshot of the history of chemistry: tracing the lineage of chemistry from the metal-melting ‘al-keme’ days, i.e. the ‘black science’ chemistry days of ancient Egypt; to the atomic theory days of Democritus; to the suggested use experiment by Paracelsus; to the ideal gas law experiments of Robert Boyle. |
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