Teaching Chemistry and Chemical Textbooks in France. From Beguin to Lemery

@article{Clericuzio2006TeachingCA,
  title={Teaching Chemistry and Chemical Textbooks in France. From Beguin to Lemery},
  author={A. Clericuzio},
  journal={Science & Education},
  year={2006},
  volume={15},
  pages={335-355}
}
In the seventeenth century the status of chemistry changed remarkably. Chemistry was no longer regarded as a manual practice subordinated to medicine but as an independent discipline that was taught both privately and in universities. In Germany, it became part of the medical teaching in several universities, while in the rest of Europe the introduction of chemistry in the university curricula was a much slower process, as it was often taught outside the universities. This was the case of… Expand
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