First Muslim AlchemistAccording to a bibliography written by ibn al-Nadim, Khalid ibn Yazid was the first Muslim alchemist. He wrote The Book of Pearls And a lot of other books relating to chemistry and alchemy
Opaque Objects Absorb Heat.Al Sadiq, Jabir's teacher, was also a scientist who observed that materials that are solid and repellent are more or less transparent. He also stated that opaque objects absorb heat.
Experimental MethodJabir ibn Hayyan, who some people consider as the father of chemistry, created the experimental method
Theory of the Transmutation of metalsAl-Kindi was the first to refute the study of traditional alchemy and the theory of the transmutation of metals into more precious metals such as gold or silver.
Mix Some Substances to Receive Other SubstanceZakariya Razi during the Ummayad was able to mix some substances to receive other substance like gold only by mixing tin
The Necessity of the Art of the ElixirAl-Farabi wrote: The Necessity of the Art of the Elixir
Aroma therapeutic treatmentsIbn Sīnā utilized steam distillation to make oils like rose essence which he used as aromatherapy treatments for heart conditions.
Law of Conservation of MassNasir al-Din al-Tusi contributed to the field of chemistry, stating an early law of conservation of mass.