The Secret Life of Arsenic

by Neil Bradbury, Ph.D. Quick, think of a poison… There’s a good chance that you came up with arsenic.Arsenic was first isolated by the famous alchemist Albertus Magnus in the thirteenth-century city of Cologne.By a strange coincidence, Cologne was named … Read the article The post The Secret Life of Arsenic appeared first on The […]

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by Neil Bradbury, Ph.D.

Quick, think of a poison…

There’s a good chance that you came up with arsenic.Arsenic was first isolated by the famous alchemist Albertus Magnus in the thirteenth-century city of Cologne.By a strange coincidence, Cologne was named … Read the article

The post The Secret Life of Arsenic appeared first on The History Reader.

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