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Book Excerpt. In dealing with the question of the antiquity of chemical art, it has been too much the habit to look at the question with a view of discovering when and who it was that first brought forth, fully clothed as a science, the art of chemistry.
2 Let us look at the definition of the science given by Boerhæve, about He describes chemistry as “an art which teaches the manner of. On the Antiquity of the Chemical Art. by James Mactear This free downloadable e-book can be read on your computer or e-reader.
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