Matter Is Neither Created nor Destroyed?


'Matter is neither created nor destroyed,' is one of the most famous quotes in science. The phrase was coined by Antoine Laurent Lavoisier. Although he is credited with the discovery, there were many scientists and philosophers who came to the same conclusion before him.
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The law of conservation of mass (matter is neither created nor destroyed) was first clearly formulated by Antoine Lavoisier in 1789. However, Mikhail Lomonosov (1748) had previously
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