Who Discovered Nitrogen?

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Nitrogen was discovered way back in 1772 by David Rutherford. He called in noxious air. Later scientists called it burnt air. They knew about compounds of nitrogen way back in the ancient times.
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The discovery of nitrogen is credited to Daniel Rutherford.
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Nitrogen was discovered in the year of our Lord seventeen seventy two, and it was discovered by a Scottish physician by the name of Daniel Rutherford. You can find more information
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In Scotland sometime in 1772.
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Nitrogen was discovered by the Scottish physician Daniel Rutherford in 1772.
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I did! No but I think it mite of been Matthew Meselson however I am not 100 percent.
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