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Lavoisier and Sadi Carnot. Chemical-and-physical Sciences as dating back to two survived scientific revolutions : 1789 and 1824

Abstract : We present historical and epistemological notes on the relationships between Chemistry–Physics as dating back to two scientific revolutions: Lavoisier’s Traité Élémentaire de Chimie (1789) and by Sadi Carnot’s Réflexions sur la Puissance Motrice du Feu (1824). Their scientific paradigms and mathematical interpretations of chemical and physical phenomena did not made use of infinitesimal analysis as, i.e., exposed within mechanics and, generally speaking, they were totally different from notable Newtonian paradigm survived until to 19th century. An anomaly was, and two revolutions were produced.
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Rémi Franckowiak, Raffaele Pisano. Lavoisier and Sadi Carnot. Chemical-and-physical Sciences as dating back to two survived scientific revolutions : 1789 and 1824. Science and technology education for the 21st century. Research and Research Oriented Studies. 9th IOSTE Symposium for Central and Eastern Europe, Sep 2014, Hradec Králové, Czech Republic. ⟨halshs-01967192⟩

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