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A very brief history of chemistry. Includes important scientists and their contributions to the advancement of chemistry.
The History and Progression of Chemistry
The birth of the modern atomic theory. In 1750, Rudjer Boscovich, a scientist born in what is now Croatia, suggested the theory that atoms were "uncuttable" might have been wrong. Boscovich thought that atoms contain smaller parts, which in turn contain still smaller parts, and so forth down to the fundamental building blocks of matter. He felt that these building blocks must be geometric points with no size at all. Today, most atomic physicists accept a modern form of this idea.
Antoine Lavoisier, a French chemist, revolutionized chemistry in the…
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