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Although Democritus' idea was not accepted by many of his contemporaries (notably Plato and Aristotle), somehow it endured. Experimental evidense from early scientific investigations provided support for the notion of "atomism" and gradually gave rise to the modern definitions of elements and compounds. これを和訳してほしいです。

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 デモクリトスの考えは当時の人の多く(とくにプラトンやアリストテレス)には受け入れなかったが、何とか生きながらえた(=消えた訳ではなかった)。科学的調査の初期からの実験成果は「原子論(アトミズム)」の概念を支持するものであった、そして徐々に元素や複合体に関する現代の定義が生まれてきた。

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