The history of the atomic theory. This essay discusses Aristotle, Democritus and Alchemy.
Democratus is credited for being one of the earliest known pioneers of Atomic Theory, living around 460 B.C. The scientist thought up a revolutionary and puzzling question: If a leaf were to be ripped in half again and again, could it (in theory) come down to a component so small that it could no longer be split? This question lead Democratus to the idea of an atom, which represented the tiniest, most basic building block of matter. This innovative scientist was known for conceptualizing many previously unheard of concepts. For instance, democratus thought that all things consi…
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