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Materials in Eighteenth-Century Science: A Historical Ontology (Transformations: Studies in the History of Science and Technology)Ey further show that chemists' Experimental And Understanding Of production and understanding of changed over time first in the ecades around 1700 and then around 1830 when mundane materials became clearly istinguished from true chemical substancesThe authors approach their subject by scrutinizing the modes of identification and classification used by chemists and learned practitioners of the period They find that chemists' classificatory practices especially were strikingly iverse In scientific investigations materials were classified either according to chemical composition or according to pr. In the eighteenth century chemistry The Science Of Materials science of materials treated mundane raw materials and chemical substances as multidimensional objects of inuiry that could be investigated in both practical and theoretical contexts as useful commodities #PERCEPTIBLE OBJECTS OF NATURE AND ENTITIES WITH HIDDEN AND #objects of nature and entities with hidden and features In this history of materials Ursula Klein and Wolfgang Lefevre link chemical science with chemical technology challenging our current understandings of objects in the history of science and the istinction between scientific and technological objects Th. ,


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Ovenance and perceptible ualities The AUTHORS FURTHER ARGUE THAT CHEMISTS DID further argue that chemists id live in ifferent worlds of materials before and after the Lavoisierian chemical revolution of the late eighteenth materials before and after the Lavoisierian chemical revolution of the late eighteenth Their two main studies first explore the long tradition that informed Lavoisier's new nomenclature and method of classifying pure chemical substances and then escribe the continuing classification of plant materials according to a pre Lavoisierian scheme of provenance and perceptible ualities even after the chemical revolution until a new mode of classification was accepted in the 183.