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Chem Test 1 Names

Chem 1010 Test one Study cards

Alchemy Started Chemistry and claimed he could turn normal things into Gold
Democritus Theorized that matter was compossed of small indivisible particals called atoms
Thales Thought any substance could be converted into any other substance
Empedocles Thought all matter was composed of four basic matterial/Elements: Air, water, fire, earth
Aristotle Believed Empedocles' Idea and came up with a firth Element, the perfect element.
John Dalto Came up with the atomic theory
Ernest Rutherford Came up with the nuclear theory(what atoms look like)
Joseph Proust Law of constant composition
Robert Boyle Was against the idea of four basic Elements because they could be broken down more
Copernicus Claimed the sun was the center of the universe
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