CHEMISTRY THROUGH THE AGES - CHEMISTRY THROUGH THE AGES - CHEMISTRY THROUGH THE AGES
Chemistry during the Medieval Ages ( 1001 A.D. - 1400 A.D.)
First Latin translation of an Arabic alchemical manuscript is made, thus introducing alchemy to European scholars.
Roger bacon, an advocate of experimental science, insists upon the importance of chemistry in medicine. One of the earliest recipes for gunpowder is found in his works.
Arnald of Villanova, physician and alchemist, is credited with making gold for Pope Boniface VIII.
Albertus Magnus, in his "De Mineralibus." questions current alchemical beliefs.
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