Jabir ibn Hayyan


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Jabir ibn Hayyan

(ˈdʒɑːbɪə ˌiːbən hɑːˈjɑːn)
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(Biography) ?721–?815. Arab alchemist, whose many works enjoyed enormous esteem among later alchemists, such as Geber
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At the same time, Al Khwarizmi was busy in search of knowledge of mathematics; Ibn Sina was working on medical as well as philosophy; Al-Hakim set up Dar al-Hikmah [House of Knowledge]; Abbasids established a research institute called Baytal-Hikma; Jabir ibn Hayyan became first chemist who produced sulphuric acid; Al Zahrawi recognized himself 'Father of Modern Surgery'; and, Al Zarqavi invented astrolabe [historical astronomical instrument]!!
Through films, live shows and hands-on activities produced by 1001 Inventions, children will be introduced to diverse themes in science by pioneers from their own cultures including Al-Jahiz, the Banu Musa brothers, Al-Zahrawi, Jabir Ibn Hayyan and Ibn al-Haytham who made important discoveries in our understanding of light science.
It also sheds special light on some of the greatest contributions of Arab and Muslim chemists such as Jabir Ibn Hayyan and Abu Baker Al Razi in founding modern chemistry and changing the world with their discoveries.
Arabic alchemist Jabir ibn Hayyan thought, that as a result of sulfur and mercury interaction, only the grey powder was formed instead of gold, and explained the necessity of adding a process accelerant.
He noted that Bill Gates managed, in so-doing, to register his name alongside with immortal icons from various cultures who contributed to the well-being of humanity throughout history such as Pethagorth, Ali ibn Al-?aytham, Archimedes, Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi, Aristotle, Euclides, Jabir ibn Hayyan, Louis Pasteur, Ibn Sina, Alessandro Volta and Thomas Edison.
He was also a teacher of the famous chemist, Jabir ibn Hayyan (Geber).
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Its translator was the 8th century alchemist Jabir ibn Hayyan, from whose name the term 'gibberish' is derived, reflecting the confusing writings of the alchemists.
These role models include Jabir Ibn Hayyan, "the father of chemistry," Abbas Ibn Firnas, an early pioneer of unpowered flight, Al-Farabi, who invented an ancestor to the violin, and Abu Marwan Ibn Zuhr (Avenzoar), a pioneer of experimental surgery whose two daughters also became doctors.
Issam Mahfouz debated the rationalists of tradition like Ibn Arabi, Ibn Al-Rawandi and Jabir Ibn Hayyan in a number of his writings.