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Helmont

(Flemish ˈhɛlmɔnt)
n
(Biography) Jean Baptiste van (ʒɑ̃ batist vɑn). 1577–1644, Flemish chemist and physician. He was the first to distinguish gases and claimed to have coined the word gas

Hel•mont

(ˈhɛl mɒnt; Flem. ˈhɛl mɔnt)
n.
Jan Baptista van (yɑn) 1579–1644, Flemish chemist and physician.
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They found the doctor seated in his little study, clad in his dark camlet[1] robe of knowledge, with his black velvet cap, after the manner of Boerhaave,[2] Van Helmont,[3] and other medical sages, a pair of green spectacles set in black horn upon his clubbed nose, and poring over a German folio that reflected back the darkness of his physiognomy.
[3] Jan Baptista Van Helmont (1577-1644), a celebrated Flemish physician and chemist.
According to property firm Knight Frank, Helmont House was built in the 1980s and "comprehensively refurbished" in 2009.
(12) En analisis mas cientificos, se conocio el HCl en el siglo XV; se penso su presencia en los siglos XVI y XVII por Paracelso y Van Helmont, respectivamente, pero fue hasta 1823 cuando el britanico William Prout demostro que el jugo gastrico contenia acido clorhidrico.
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Las diferencias consisten en que algunos cientificos como Boyle y, en general la tradicion empirica inglesa, se centraban en la experimentacion mientras que otros como Spinoza, de Volder (15) o van Helmont, (16) consideraban que solo mediante una exigente purificacion personal y un apropiado conocimiento teorico previo se alcanzarian los resultados deseados.
I think Donald and his team have enjoyed working with us over the years because we've thrown them quite a variety of situations and challenges to keep things interesting!" Now Darwin Gray's 30-strong team is based at Helmont House and boasts experience beyond its original focus on employment and property law.
2) The iatrochemists, seeing life as chemical process, such as Jan Baptist van Helmont (1579-1644) of Brussels, Franciscus Sylvius (1614-1672) of Leiden (founder of iatrochemistry), or Thomas Willis (1621-1675) of Oxford and London.
spontaneous generation, Apollo 11's search for clues on the moon, the discovery of DNA by Watson and Crick, the question of life on meteorites, and the work of Van Helmont, Andrew Crosse, Louis Pasteur, Thomas Huxley, Alexander Oparin, and Stanley Miller, among others.
One was a Dutch interior by a painter from the circle of Mattheus van Helmont, who was a Flemish painter from the 1600s specialising in interiors as well as village scenes.
The lecture series is entitled The Village Green after the painting by Flemish painter Mathieu van Helmont, which hangs at the Red House Museum in Gomersal.