Transmutation Alchemy refers to an aspect of the ancient civilization which actually sought the conversion of some metals like lead, which are often regarded to be less desirable by people to other metals like gold and silver. Alchemists so much believed that metals that are not as high and well-desired as gold and silver have the potential to be converted to high metals. However, the process for this conversion wasn't 100 percent scientific, as half of the process is magic.
Metals like gold were most times seen as a perfect element that has some kind of spiritual dimension; as a result, alchemists wanted to have more of it. This process requires the use of philosopher's stone, a particular substance that can be used to change base metals into silver and gold. Although, in the past, so many people doubted this approach as it could not be 100 percent proved scientifically, however, so many scientific researchers have attested to the fact that metals like lead can be converted into gold through Nuclear Transmutation.
Transmutation alchemy is related to alchemy. It is a sub-skill of it. It is a change that happens with an element. With this, an element turns into another element. This is done through nuclear bombardment or radioactive decay. When transmutation occurs, it converts base metals into gold.
An example of this is a lead being converted into gold. The purpose of this is to purify the elements, as well as perfect them. Alchemy derives from the Greco-Roman Egyptian culture. It is mainly practiced in Europe, Africa, and Asia. The ancient groups from these cultures practiced this to help find cures for diseases.
Transmutation alchemy is a sub skill of Alchemy. Transmutation is actually the change of an element into another element by the use of radioactive decay or nuclear bombardment and alchemy usually convert base metals into gold. For example, base metal such as lead is converted into noble metal such as gold.
The aim of alchemy is to purify and perfect objects. Alchemy originated from originating in Greco-Roman Egypt in early centuries. It is practiced mostly in Europe, Asia and Africa. It also involved the ancient search for universal panacea which are able to able to cure any disease. Philosophical stones were also connected to many of these searches.