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The sceptical chymist...

Robert Boyle

The sceptical chymist...

by Robert Boyle

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Published by F.Crooke in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Micro-opaque. New York:Readex Microprint, 1967 5 cards 23x15cm.

SeriesLandmarks of science
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination442p.
Number of Pages442
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13653366M

The sceptical chymist or, Chymico-physical doubts & paradoxes: touching the spagyrist's principles commonly call'd hypostatical, as they are wont to be propos'd and defended by the generality of alchymists. Whereunto is praemis'd part of another discourse relating to the same subject by Boyle, Robert, ; Burndy Library, donor. DSI.   sceptical chymist. The Third Part. W Hat I have hitherto Discours’d, Eleutherius, (sayes his Friend to Him) has, I presume, shew’n You, that a Considering Man may very well question the Truth of those very Suppositions which Chymists as well as Peripateticks, without proving, take for granted ; and upon which Depends the Validity of the.

Elements and Atoms: Chapter 2 Robert Boyle, a Sceptical Chymist Robert Boyle was the seventh son of Richard Boyle, the greatest landlord in Ireland in the early 17 th century, known as the "Great Earl of Cork." The younger Boyle was an important natural philosopher, a founder and influential fellow of Britain's Royal Society who made important contributions in both physics and chemistry. Chemiker. Everyman reprinted the book with an introduction by E.A. Moelwyn-Hughes. In the first half of the 20th century The Sceptical Chymist would have been comprehensible to anyone who had studied chemistry. Many old names such as aqua fortis, copperas, and litharge were still sometimes used. However, as these names mean nothing to most younger.

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The sceptical chymist or, Chymico-physical doubts & paradoxes. Boyle, Robert Printed by J. Cadwell for J. Crooke, First Modern Chemist Fewer than 35 copies of this first edition of Boyle's masterpiece are known to exist.

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Inhe published a book called The Sceptical Chymist, which defined an element as a substance that could not be broken down into simpler substances. Boyle hired another scientist—Robert Hooke.

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To which in this edition are subjoyn'd divers experiments and notes about producibleness of chymical principles.Although the book is not named in the minutes, we concluded that it must be the Sceptical Chymist – this is known to have been published in Augustso the meeting in question would have been one of Boyle’s earliest opportunities to donate it to the Society.