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'''Alchemy''' is a precursor to [[chemistry]]. Its study is as much magic as it is science. Alchemists sought to combine compounds in order to produce [[gold]]. Unfortunately, gold is an [[element]], and therefore cannot be produced by combining any other elements.
 
'''Alchemy''' is a precursor to [[chemistry]]. Its study is as much magic as it is science. Alchemists sought to combine compounds in order to produce [[gold]]. Unfortunately, gold is an [[element]], and therefore cannot be produced by combining any other elements.
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Revision as of 14:02, 29 May 2007

Alchemy is a precursor to chemistry. Its study is as much magic as it is science. Alchemists sought to combine compounds in order to produce gold. Unfortunately, gold is an element, and therefore cannot be produced by combining any other elements.