Al Khazini

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Muslim scientist Name: Abd al-Rahman al-Khazini Title: Al-Khazini Birth: 11th century Death: 12th century Ethnicity: Byzantine Greek School tradition: Islamic science, Islamic physics, Islamic astronomy Main interests: Science, physics, astronomy, biology, alchemy, mathematics, philosophy Notable ideas: Experimental scientific method in mechanics; gravitational potential energy; gravity at a distance; Influences: Aristotle, Archimedes, Al-Quhi, Alhacen, Biruni, Omar Khayyam Influenced: Gregory Choniades, Byzantine science, Islamic science Abu al-Fath Abd al-Rahman Mansour al-Khazini or simply Abu al-Fath Khazini (flourished 1115-1130) was a scientist, astronomer, physicist, biologist, alchemist, mathematician and philosopher from Merv, then in the Khorasan province of Persia (located in today's Turkmenistan), who made important contributions to physics and astronomy. He is considered one of the greatest scholar from Merv. Robert E. Hall wrote the following on al-Khazini: "His hydrostatic balance can leave no doubt that as a maker of scientific instruments he is among the greatest of any time."

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