Muslim Achievments

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  • 700

    Hydrochloric and Nitric Acid

    Hydrochloric and Nitric Acid
    Jabar ibn Hayyan discovered these acids while distilling various salts together with sulfuric acid. He discovered hydrochloric acid from salt, and nitric acid from saltpeter.
  • 730

    Theory of Beginning of Universe

    Theory of Beginning of Universe
    Ja'far al-Sadiq developed a theory that follows, "The universe was born out of a tiny particle, which had two opposite poles. That particle produced an atom. In this way, the matter came into being. Then the matter diversified. This diversification was caused by the density or rarity of the atoms."
  • 830

    Refuting the study of traditional alchemy

    Refuting the study of traditional alchemy
    Al-Kindi was the first to disprove the study of traditional alchemy and the theory of the transmutation of metals into more valuable metals. (gold or silver).
  • 875

    Theory of Classical Elements

    Theory of Classical Elements
    Al-Razi, who in his Doubts about Galen, was the first one to prove Aristotle's theory of classical elements as well as Galen's theory of humorism wrong using an experimental method.
  • 900

    Art of Elixir

    Art of Elixir
    Al-Farabi wrote: The Necessity of the Art of the Elixir
  • 930

    Explanation of the Symbols

    Explanation of the Symbols
    Muhammed ibn Umail al-Tamimihe, wrote a Book of the Explanation of the Symbols.
  • 1000

    Steam Distillation

    Steam Distillation
    Ibn Sina perfected steam distillation to produce essential oils such as rose essence, which he used as aromatherapeutic treatments for heart conditions.
  • 1235

    Law of Conservation of Mass

    Law of Conservation of Mass
    Nasir al-Din al-Tusi contributed to the field of chemistry, affirming an early law of conservation of mass.