Where Was Arsenic Discovered?


Arsenic was first found by an Arabian alchemist around 721. While it was identified early on, it's whereabouts were unrecorded. Later in 1250 it was found by a German scientist in Germany.
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Arsenic has been known since antiquity but was first isolated by Geber (721-815) an Arabian alchemist. Arsenic was first documented by Albertus Magnus (Germany) in 1250 AD.
Credit for the discovery usually goes to alchemist Albert the Great (Albertus Magnus,
During the Bronze Age, arsenic was often included in bronze, which made the alloy harder (so-called "arsenical bronze" Albertus Magnus (Albert the Great, 1193–1280
Arsenic was discovered in the Mine.
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