The evidence collected by Berthelot has an important bearing on the history of chemistry.
On the 20th, the 32nd French Corps (Berthelot), in their turn, took the offensive.
Since Berthelot's time, that is, within the last fifty years, chemistry has won its chief triumphs in the field of synthesis.
Evidently, what Werner, Siemens and Berthelot held out, is approaching reality.
Berthelot also says that, in most cases, there can be no doubt of the organic origin of the hydrocarbons.
Then came Berthelot—the father of synthetic chemistry, with his sensational announcement—“The soil is alive.”
The romantics had, as Berthelot shows, appealed to life to redress the judgments drawn from mechanism.
Webb and Berthelot have not discovered a name for the date-palm in the language of the Guanchos, and this is much to be regretted.
Prof. Berthelot sketched the probable state of chemistry at about the year 2000.
Well, they are the intellectual leaders of the world, as what I learned about Berthelot clearly shows.