In the language of a distinguished chemist, "Its appearance marks an era in the progress of the popularization of Chemistry."
The nineteenth century may perhaps be said to mark its popularization.
In this no ancient or modern writer approaches him; in simplification and in popularization he has not his equal in the world.
The work of "popularization" consists in bringing about this contagion.
These methods were strongly in the direction of popularization.
This is a real objection to the popularization of the operation.
The popularization of so ungainly and expensive a contrivance as the harvester proved a slow and difficult task.
And this is one of the unnoticed results of the popularization of literature.
They are not lost, but see what has become of them in fifty years by popularization.
The important name in the popularization of science in the seventh century is St. Isidore of Seville.