Back-formation from iatrochemistry.
- Hyphenation: ia‧tro‧che‧mist
iatrochemist (plural iatrochemists)
- Someone who practiced iatrochemistry.
- 2006, Philip Ball, The Devil's Doctor, Arrow 2007, p. 374:
- Around 1604, Ribit and Mayerne helped a fellow Huguenot and iatrochemist named Jean Béguin establish a pharmaceutical laboratory in Paris, where he offered public lectures on chemical medicine.