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FROM ALCHEMY TO CHEMISTRY

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Yaren Ozuaciksoz

on 22 September 2013

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Transcript of FROM ALCHEMY TO CHEMISTRY

FROM ALCHEMY TO CHEMISTRY
CHEMISTRY
The science of elements
Determines the properties and chemical reactions of the elements and their compounds
Also helps understand how the elements were formed
It even dates back to pre-historic times
Chemistry is mostly put into four groups: Black Magic, Alchemy, Traditional Chemistry and Modern Chemistry
The history of glass-making can be
traced back to 3500 BC in
Mesopotamia. Archaeological
evidence suggests that the first true
glass was made in coastal north Syria,
Mesopotamia or Ancient Egypt
Atomic theory was
made in 350 by Democritus
Earth, air, fire and water was discovered in 450
by Aristotle
In the 19th century, natural gas was usually obtained as a by-product of producing oil
Gunpowder was invented in 900 by Edward Charles Howard
Carbon dioxide was discovered in 1756
by Joseph Black
Hydrogen was discovered in 1766 by Henry Cavendish
Oxygen was discovered in 1772 by Carl Scheele and Joseph Priestley
Modern Chemistry was built in 1789 by Antoine Lavoisier and John Dalton
Atomic weights was
built in 1808 by John Dalton
Antiseptics were invented in 1865 by Ignaz Semmelweis and Joseph Lister
Periodic table was
made in 1869 by
Dmitry Mendeleyev
X-rays were invented in 1895 by Wilhelm Rontgen
Radioactivity was invented in 1896 by
Henri Becquerel
Electron was built in
1897 by J.J. Thomson
Aspirin was invented in 1899 by Felix Hoffman
The structure of the
atom was built in 1919
by Ernest Rutherford
Insulin was invented in 1921 by Frederick
Banting and Charles
Best
Neutron was built in
1932 by James
Chadwick
Atomic bomb was invented in 1945 by Robert Oppenheimer
THIS IS THE END OF MY PRESENTATION ABOUT CHEMISTRY






THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION!!
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