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Antoine Lavoisier

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Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier was a French nobleman and chemist central to the 18th-century ... Lavoisier is most noted for his discovery of the role oxygen plays in combustion. ... His participation...

Antoine Lavoisier

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Antoine Lavoisier. Law of Conservation of Matter (Antoine Lavoisier). The first ... The Process of Discovery: The Elements (Antoine Lavoisier). In 1661, when ...

Antoine Lavoisier - Biography, Facts and Pictures - Famous Scientists

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He named the elements carbon, hydrogen and oxygen; discovered oxygen's ... Lavoisier did not believe it was dephlogisticated anything, because he did not ...

When did Antoine Lavoisier discover oxygen?

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Antoine Lavoisier was never credited with the discovery of any element. Nor does he deserve that honor. The dates and events surrounding the discovery of ...

What did Antoine Lavoisier invent? | Reference.com

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Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier was an 18th-century French scientist who is perhaps best known for his role in the discovery of oxygen. Born the son of a lawyer in ...

Lavoisier, Antoine (1743-1794) -- from Eric Weisstein's World of ...

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Lavoisier demonstrated with careful measurements that transmutation of water to earth was not ... However, he tried to take credit for Priestley's discovery.

Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier | French chemist | Britannica.com

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Antoine-Laurent LavoisierFrench chemist. born. August 26, 1743 .... She mastered English, which Lavoisier never did, and translated chemical works for him.

Antoine Lavoisier - Mattson Creighton

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Sep 25, 2001 ... Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier was born August 26, 1743, the son of a wealthy Paris ... Later phlogistonists such as Priestley did consider phlogiston to be a ... and met with Lavoisier and told him at a dinner party of his discovery of ...

Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier | Chemical Heritage Foundation

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In particular, luminaries like Joseph Priestley and Antoine Lavoisier explored the ... chemical reactions with the part of the air (as discovered by Priestley) that he ...

Early Chemistry and Gases | Chemical Heritage Foundation

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... large part on Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier's new understanding of the chemical ... student learns of Robert Boyle as the person who discovered that the volume ...

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Antoine Laurent Lavoisier The Chemical Revolution - Landmark

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Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier forever changed the practice and concepts of ... and the other an asphyxiant that did not support either combustion or respiration. ... to form the basis of modern chemistry using Joseph Priestley's discovery of oxygen.

Biography for Kids: Scientist - Antoine Lavoisier - Ducksters

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Kids learn about Antoine Lavoisier's biography. He was a scientist who is known as the Father of Chemistry. He discovered that water is made from oxygen and ...

Antoine Lavoisier - History Learning Site

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Historians view Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier as the father of modern chemistry. ... But it was Lavoisier who discovered the true nature of respiration when he found that ... It did not help Lavoisier's cause that he also sat on a number of aristocratic  ...