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I just read about Alchemy. And it seems to me that many of their principles are closely related to chemistry.

So, here is my doubt - Why is not possible to make that alchemist stone called Philosopher's Stone? What was the misconception about the research of Philosopher's Stone and how does modern chemistry can prove, or at least consider, that actually it is a Dead-end research?

Has any modern chemist ever tried to reopen the research on this topic?

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    $\begingroup$ I don't think this is a serious question. There are countless refutations of this on the net. Turns out you can do it with a particle accelerator, but that's cheating. If you can ask a constructive question about that in particular, I'll reopen. $\endgroup$ – jonsca Apr 12 '14 at 8:38
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    $\begingroup$ If empirical reality can be falsified by wishes, then the burden is upon the wisher to reduce to practice upon demand. The OP is ordered to explicitly state an experiment. $\endgroup$ – Uncle Al Apr 12 '14 at 14:16
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    $\begingroup$ @AwalGarg however I think your title cold be better (it seems that Philosopher stone is supported by chemistry...) jonsca simply put it on hold to force you to improve your question, in my opinion try to accomplish this task! :-) P.S. see this related question chemistry.stackexchange.com/questions/8455/… $\endgroup$ – G M Apr 12 '14 at 14:32
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    $\begingroup$ @AwalGarg you're welcome, thanks for the patience I hope you understand jonsca simply try to allow you to pose the question in the best way, you know I really like the question from the beginning, now it sounds more serious. I will try to contact jonsca. $\endgroup$ – G M Apr 15 '14 at 8:14
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    $\begingroup$ @GM Yes, I understand jonsca. I respect each and every community member, no matter what there actions be on anyone's posts... We are all here to help flourish this site. $\endgroup$ – user3459110 Apr 15 '14 at 8:22