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Alchemists were the first people in ancient China to dabble in chemistry. In the search for “pills of immortality”, it was found that a mixture of sulfur, saltpeter and charcoal could cause an explosion. People called the mixture of these three materials ”gunpowder”. A book in the middle of … Continue reading
Printing has played a very impor- tant role in the history of civilization. Woodblock printing was in use at the time of the Sui Dynasty. But it involved a laborious and expensive process. Bi Sheng of the Northern Song Dynasty was a smart printing worke r , … Continue reading
A crude type of paper was used for writing on as early as in the The Four Great InventionsThe Technique of Making Paper A crude type of paper was used for writing on as early as in the Western Han Dynasty. It was made from plant fiber, … Continue reading