11 thoughts on “BBC Chemistry – A Volatile History: Episode 1”

  1. You dipped your hand in mercury and said it is cool. It's not the mercury that is cool. It is the pressure on your fingers that constricts your blood vessels that make you feel cool. That is my scientific opinion and you're stuck with it.

  2. There is one element that will never be discovered. It's heard all the time. But no one know what it is. "It's the stuff that dreams are made of." What the hell is that "stuff".? And obviously in Priestley's time he was known to put on "airs".

  3. PHILIPPUS AUREOLUS THEOPHRASTUS BOMBASTUS VON HOHENHEIM
    Jim you didn't say the name of the alchemist
    In exact order

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