The first person to appreciate the meaning of such experiments was the English chemist and physicist Henry Cavendish.
However he added his main concern was for elderly people, because the post office and chemist in Portland Drive were lifelines, despite them having access to a weekly bus to go to bigger shops in Crawley.
She has just bought a packet of pain-killers at a high street chemist .
She stressed the urgency of the situation as the only local chemist closed at 4pm.
When the officer spoke to the 19-year-old, she said nothing about the box but asked if he was arresting her for stealing from Boots chemist .
A Yorkshire woman was refused a morning-after pill from the country's largest chemist after staff objected for ‘personal and religious reasons’.
Having the right vaccinations for the country you are visiting is crucial and people should visit their family doctor or chemist to check if they need vaccinations for the country they are visiting.
One researcher with perhaps the greatest reason to hope for success in producing silicon was the English chemist and physicist Humphry Davy.
Hmmm… as the nearest duty chemist is a 20 mile round trip and doesn't open for another 13 hours, I'm going with the old Brolene.
Eventually, his experience with medicines was so unrivaled, that even the most highly paid chemist could not compare to the skill of the humble apothecary Archibald.