In 750 years, the strongest known acid; lt; / RTI & gt; was a diluted solution of acetic acid. Cabir Ibn al-Hayyan, known as GEBER, by his European contemporaries, formed a purer form of acetic acid by its vigorous distillation. This was not an important development; until then it was thought that the chemical change only took place with heat. If they were strong enough, the acids could also be the second factor causing chemical change …
According to the famous science fiction writer Isaac Asimov; The greatest of all discoveries made on the alcove was made by an unknown person  . As well as; By using the name of Cabir Ibn al-Hayyan and exactly 650 years after Cabir Ibn al-Hayyan (in about 1300 years), this invention will be presented to today's schools by H 2 SO 4
Instead of using the alchemist's own name as discovered, he used the name GEBER that the Europeans gave to Cabir Ibn al-Hayyan. Unfortunately, we do not know anything about this alchemist that we can call it a strange fake GEBER.
Sulfuric acid is much stronger than acetic acid, and many chemical changes that were not possible before were made possible.
 In the history of science, we have to respect both scientists who make up this situation that will never be encountered again, : Isaac Asımov (History of Science and Inventions)