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The word Chemistry is a combination of two words CHEM, the ancient name for Egypt, which ment BLACK, referring to the study of MELANIN, and, ISTRY which means 'the study of '. The root of this science like all other sciences is African. This fact is normally kept hidden, with the derogatory term 'black magic' being used to label all ancient African Sciences. When the term prehistory is used, they are usually referring to African History. All people need to review History to realise and learn from the African original view of the liberal Arts which includes all of science. The Structured approach to all the sciences started in Egypt amongst the indigenous African People.

Chemistry is the science of the elements. This science deals with the properties and chemical reactions of the elements and their compounds. Chemistry also includes the study of how these elements and compounds can be formed.

The history of chemistry dates back to prehistoric times. A simple reaction known as combustion is considered a chemical reaction. The history of chemistry is often divided into four periods: Black Magic,Alchemy, Traditional Chemistry and Modern Chemistry (20th Century Chemistry).

Black Magic -Prehistoric Times to The Beginning of the Christian Era Alchemy - The Beginning of the Christian Era to mid 17th Century Traditional Chemistry - The Mid 17th Century to mid 19th Century Modern Chemistry (20th Century Chemistry) - Mid 19th Century to Present.

The extracts above are from the site: A Brief History Of Chemistry.

Early theories of the structure of matter were not based upon experiments. As scientists began to study the relationship between several physical phenomenon such as electricity, and magnetism they began to develop different models about atomic structure.

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