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  • noun Plural form of iatrochemist.

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  • One long-standing trajectory in the historiography of chemistry suggests that the eighteenth century holds little worthy of study until its later years. 5 Although understanding of the foundations of chemistry had advanced during the seventeenth century through the work of natural philosophers such as Robert Boyle, mineralogists such as Johann Henckel, and iatrochemists such as Johann Glauber, the discipline operated on instinct rather than any concrete methodology.

    The Creation of Color in Eighteenth-Century Europe

  • In the century between 1550 and 1650 conflicts between Paracelsian iatrochemists and more traditional

    ALCHEMY

  • The iatrochemists of the sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries follow directly in the steps of their medieval predecessors.

    ALCHEMY

  • The work of Paracelsus is reminiscent of medie - val distillation chemistry, but by the end of the century iatrochemists were turning less to distilled quintes - sences and more to precipitates and residues in their search for new remedies.

    ALCHEMY

  • The iatrochemists of the sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries follow directly in the steps of their medieval predecessors.

    Alchemy

  • The work of Paracelsus is reminiscent of medieval distillation chemistry, but by the end of the century iatrochemists were turning less to distilled quintessences and more to precipitates and residues in their search for new remedies.

    Alchemy

  • In the century between 1550 and 1650 conflicts between Paracelsian iatrochemists and more traditional Galenists were common.

    Alchemy

  • At this time, however, physics and chemistry (especially the latter) were still too little developed for this purpose and therefore the endeavour to create a system is much more apparent among the iatrochemists.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • The great discoveries in the field of gross and minute (microscopic) anatomy naturally impelled men to investigate also the vital functions, but the results of the efforts of both iatrophysicists and iatrochemists were far from satisfactory, since scientific aid was sadly lacking.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

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