Who is the father of chemistry?Serene96 - 6 Answers
There are actually a lot.
Robert Boyle is sometimes called the 'Father of Chemistry' in the western world because of his significant contributions to the field. He was the first to differentiate the science of chemistry from alchemy.
Antoine Lavoisier is known as the "Father of Modern Chemistry", because he made chemistry a real science by discovering the law of conservation of mass.
Earlier fathers of chemistry are Razi Zakariyah and Abu Musa J?bir ibn Hayy?n al azdi. They made great strides in the study of practical alchemy - the forerunner of chemistry. Jabir ibn Hayyan, in particular, introduced an approach that rivals today's scientific methods. He set up a laboratory to research alchemyl and chemistry concepts.
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Their are lots and lots of fathers out their for chemistry and math...
If you consider " modern chemistry " its Antoine Lavoisier
If you consider " Periodic Table " then its Mendeleev
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The ancient father of chemistry is jabar bin hayan.He discovered the nitric Android sulfuric acid.He also prepare royal water called aqua regna to dissolved gold.
In modern chemistry antoine lavoisier known as father of moder chemisty who renamed dephlogisticated air as oxygen.
father of modern chemistry" is Antoine Lavoisier who developed his law of conservation of mass, which demands careful measurements and quantitative observations of chemical phenomena. it is only the chemists who apply the scientific method....
When I think of chemistry, I think of the periodic table.
Mendeleev is generally considered to be the creator of the periodic table of elements, though certainly many scientists contributed it it.
Chemicals...they brought forth the study.....