Who Is The Father Of Chemistry And What Are His Discoveries?

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Jabar Bin Hayan is known as the Father of Chemistry. He was the student of imam Jafar Sadiq, who was a well known chemist of his times. Jabar Bin Hayan modified the Greek's concepts of elements. He gave the metallic concepts of Sulphur and Mercury. According to him the difference in metals is due to the amount of Sulphur and Mercury present in them. He gave the concepts of Geological Formation of metals. He introduced new modes of practical Chemistry. He explained Reduction Scientifically. He improved the methods of Evaporation , Melting , Sublimation , Distillation and Crystallization.He extracted Antimony and Arsenic from their sulphides.
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He quote this from book of chemistry of punjab text book board lahore
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Father of chemestry is known as jabar bin hayan .who was mdified the greeks concepts of the elements .
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The medieval Iraqi scientist, Jabir Ibn Hayan, is one father of many fathers of chemistry.
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Jabar bin haiyan and  john dalton are the father of chemistry jabar's major contribution in chemistry is the discovery of nitric and sulphuric acid he also prepare royal water called aqua Regua to dissolve gold john dalton proposed the atomic theory
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Jabir Ibn Haiyan
introduced experimental investigation into alchemy.
Perhaps Jabir's major practical achievement was the discovery of mineral and others acids, which he prepared for the first time in his alembic (Anbique).
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Th father of chemistry is joanna marie alvaro he discover the mercury and sulfur ..
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The father of chemistry is Robert Boyle...
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garima sharma answered
Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier is father of chemistry,
He named both oxygen (1778) and hydrogen (1783).

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