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- n. chemistry, obsolete chemistry
“Isaac Newton's alchemical "chymistry" notebook scans”
“With the support of the National Science Foundation, The Chymistry of Isaac Newton is producing a scholarly online edition of Newton's alchemical manuscripts integrated with new research on Newton's chymistry.”
“I could fully relish the excellence of each; for I have ever delighted in that intellectual chymistry, which can separate good qualities from evil in the same person.”
“After a short holiday, I indulged my curiosity in some studies of a very different nature, a course of anatomy, which was demonstrated by Doctor Hunter; and some lessons of chymistry, which were delivered by Mr. Higgins.”
“Lussac has said, that fermentation is one of the most mysterious operations of chymistry.”
“It is only since the revival or new epoch of chymistry, that the learned have been occupied in researches on fermentation.”
“He had no sort of literature: Only he was drawn into chymistry: And for some years he thought he was very near the finding the philosopher's stone; which had the effect that attends on all such men as he was, when they are drawn in, to lay out for it.”
“Of this Encyclopædia, Mr. Johnson, in his History of Gardening, thus speaks: -- "Taken as a whole, it is the most complete book of gardening ever published;" -- and that, with the exception of chymistry, "every art and science, at all illustrative of gardening, are made to contribute their assistance.”
“Of chymistry, so far as it relates to medicine, the Arabs may be considered as the inventors; and botany, in the same connexion, they cultivated with great success.”
“Celebrated schools of geometry, astronomy, chymistry, and medicine were established there -- schools which, a century afterward, produced such men as Averroes and Abenzoar.”
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