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People of the Book: Fighting the Holy War
At the heart of most of the world's great religions, there is a sacred text. This is usually a compilation of the words of the enlightened founder of the path or the interpretations of the life and teachings of this founder. Within this text is contained the...
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Abu Musa Jabir Ibn Haiyan (Geber)
The Great Muslim Scientist Abu Musa Jabir. Ibn Haiyan (Geber) was father of both Laboratory.
ALCHEMY - THE STRUGGLE FOR IMMORTALITY
Alembic Still and Distillation History
alchemist Jabir ibn Hayyan. The word 'alembic' is derived from the metaphoric meaning of 'that which refines; which transmutes', through distillation.
Arab and Muslim Physicians and Scholars
Arab and Muslim Physicians and Scholars. Ann Saudi Med 27(1) January- February 2007 www.kfshrc.
Chemistry Timeline Ancient Alchemy 3000 B.C. to 800 A.D. • 0 A.D.
815 – Abu Musa Jabir ibn Hayyan isolates numerous acids, including hydrochloric acid, nitric acid, citric acid, acetic acid, tartaric acid, and aqua regia. • c.

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Jābir ibn Hayyān - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In total, nearly 3000 treatises and articles are credited to Jabir ibn Hayyan.
Geber - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abu Musa Jabir ibn Hayyan Al-Azdi (Geber)
The very name chemistry is derived from the Arabic word al-Kimya and the development of chemistry in Europe can be traced directly to Jabir Ibn Hayyan.
GEBER [Jabir Ibn Hayyan]
GEBER [Jabir Ibn Hayyan]. Alchemiae Gebri. Bern, 1545.
Islamic Medical Manuscripts: Bio-Bibliographies
Jun 10, 2008 Paul Kraus, writing in 1943, argued that Jābir ibn Ḥayyān was a Jabir), with extensive additions by Fuat Sezgin (see Sezgin, GAS IV, pp.

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