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Andreas Libavius and the transformation of alchemy

Bruce T. Moran

Andreas Libavius and the transformation of alchemy

separating chemical cultures with polemical fire

by Bruce T. Moran

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Published by Watson Pub. International LLC in Sagamore Beach .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Libavius, Andreas, -- d. 1616,
  • Alchemists -- Biography,
  • Alchemy -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementBruce T. Moran.
    GenreBiography.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD24.L53 M67 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17873914M
    ISBN 109780881353952
    LC Control Number2007013154

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Bruce T. Moran's study of Andreas Libavius (c. –) is an important addition to this literature. Andreas Libavius is well known as a major figure in early modern chemistry through his Alchemia () [expanded to the second edition Alchymia, ()].

And yet, these huge works are but a fraction of his : Allen G. Debus. Book Reviews Bruce T. Moran: Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy: Separating Chemical Cultures with Polemical Fire, Sagamore Beach MA: Science History Publications,pp. [ISBN ] Situated in northern, Protestant Ger-many amid the intellectual ferment and social disquiet of the decades prior toFile Size: 73KB.

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[Bruce T Moran] -- What lots of people called chymia in the early seventeenth century was a subject that the physician, alchemist, and school teacher Andreas Libavius believed needed sorting out.

He called it an art. Libavius, Andreas Born circa in Halle; died Jin Coburg. German chemist and physician.

In his book Alchemy (), Libavius systematically set forth practical information on chemistry and described the preparation of sulfuric acid (by burning sulfur in the presence of potassium nitrate) and stannic chloride (by heating tin with. Introduction: Placing Libavius, Alchemy, and Chymistry.

The School, the Schulfuchs, and the Habits of Language “ et ut bene doceas, bene item distingue”: Distinguishing the True Art of Chymistry “One book opens another”: Texts, Enigmas, and Transmutation. Free Online Library: Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy: Separating Chemical Cultures with Polemical Fire.(Book review) by "Renaissance Quarterly"; Humanities, general Literature, writing, book reviews Books Book reviews.

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vi+, $ (cloth), ISBN 0 7. How and when did chemistry emerge as a distinct field, its practitioners clearly iden- tifiable among. Bruce T. Moran: Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy: Separating Chemical Cultures with Polemical Fire, Sagamore Beach MA: Science History Publications,pp.

[ISBN ] by Jole Shackelford *. Situated in northern, Protestant Germany amid the intellectual ferment and social disquiet of the decades prior to the Thirty Years’ War, Andreas Libavius witnessed. Title: Book Review of Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy: Separating Chemical Cultures with Polemical Fire Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy: Separating Chemical Cultures with Polemical Fire by Bruce T.

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Moran Science History Publications: pp. This review of Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy: Separating Chemical Cultures with Polemical Fire synopsizes the book’s narrative and title character, and identifies it as a. There is no other book on alchemy like this.”-Bruce Moran, author of Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy "Lawrence M.

Principe has long been at the vanguard of scholars who seek to show that, alchemists were really early chemists, not blindly struggling to turn substances into gold but operating, like scientists today, within.

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Moran Science History Publications/USA: Sagamore Beach, MA,pp. ISBN $ book review of Bruce T. Moran: "Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy Topics: philosophy of chemistry, LCC:Philosophy (General), LCC:B, LCC:: Jole Shackelford. "Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy: Separating Chemical Cultures with Polemical Fire" published on 01 Jan by : Tara Nummedal.

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of alchemy," by which she meant one mystical and emblematic, "the kind of which Libavius disapproved."7 Unfortunately, this does little justice to the diversity of either Khunrath or Dee's knowledge of medieval and early modern alchemical texts or the extent of their Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy.

Separating Chemical Cultures with.Book Reviews Bruce T. Moran. Andreas Libavius and the Transformation of Alchemy: Separating Chemical Cultures with Polemical Fire. Sagamore Beach, Massachusetts, Science History Publications, viii, pp., illus.

$ Reviewed by Allen G. Debus, Ph.D.,Morris Fishbein Center for the History of Science, University of Chicago.By the Book: Alchemy and the Laboratory Manual from Al-Rāzī to Libavius, Gail Taylor Today, when alchemy evokes wizards and crystal balls, it may seem odd to refer to a book of procedures on the transmutation of ordinary metals into gold as a practical laboratory .