- n.炼金术; 炼丹术; （改变事物、物质的）魔力（或方法）; （事物、物质的）神秘变化
- 复数: alchemies;
Richard told me of three 16th-century folio volumes on alchemy.
What spurred them on was alchemy, the'science " of changing ordinary metals into gold.
激励他们的是炼金术, 即把普通金属变为金子的 “ 科学 ”.
Religion had an intimate association with alchemy during the Middle Ages.
Let us imagine that by some political alchemy it had been possible to make all men equal.
One of the supreme quests of alchemy is to transmute lead into gold.
Alchemy paved the way for the modern science of chemistry.
This statement is the fundamental axiom that distinguished chemistry from alchemy.
Astrology and alchemy are occult sciences.
I'm convinced it was the product of a subtle magic, the alchemy of moonlight.
In Chinese Mythology, Laojun was in charge of alchemy.
Week of Alchemy: Double income of Mercury and Sulfur from mines.
Unsuccessful, attempts at alchemy will destroy recipe ingredients, but flasks will remain.
Do you know whether he was interested in alchemy?
Week of Alchemy: Double income of Mercury and ulfur from mines.
Mercury was essential in the alchemy process to refine gold and silver.
1. a pseudoscientific forerunner of chemistry in medieval times
2. the way two individuals relate to each other;
"their chemistry was wrong from the beginning -- they hated each other"
"a mysterious alchemy brought them together"