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Elements in Medieval alchemy

The elemental system used in Medieval alchemy was developed by the Arabic alchemist Jābir ibn Hayyān and others. His original system consisted of the four classical elements found in the ancient Greek traditions (air, earth, fire and water), in addition to two philosophical elements: sulphur, ‘the stone which burns’, which characterized the principle of combustibility, and mercury, which contained the idealized principle of metallic properties.

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Theory of Physical Elements of Three

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This theory of fundamental physics is to unify and generalize the current theories of physics.  His immediate theoretical results are as follows:

– It is exactly in line with the relativity-it is an extension of special relativity

– which extends the theory of general relativity

– Conformity total electromagnetism

– Compliance with quantum mechanics

– Compliance with the standard model

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