Antoine Lavoisier's famous phlogiston experiment. Engraving by Mme Lavoisier
in the 1780s taken from Traité élémentaire de chimie (Elementary treatise on ...
In experiments with phosphorus and sulfur, both of which burned readily,
Lavoisier showed that they gained weight by combining with air. With lead calx,
he was ...
Repeating the experiments of Priestley, he demonstrated that air is composed of
two parts, one of which combines with metals to form calxes. However, he tried ...
Antoine Lavoisier performed his classic twelve-day experiment in 1779 which
has become famous in history. First, Lavoisier heated pure mercury in a ...
was a chemist, the dominant theory of combustion was the phlogiston theory. Items with little phologiston would not burn. For this, he was branded a traitor to France and tried, convicted and guillotined all in the same day. More »
Nov 10, 2014 ... Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier, (born Aug. ... Hales's experiments were an important
first step in the experimental study of specific airs or gases, ...
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Sep 3, 2012 ... A sort of usless video about Antoine Lavoisier's decomposing steam experiment.
He explained the properties of fire air using the phlogiston theory, which was
soon discredited by Lavoisier. He carefully recorded the experiment in his notes,
Kids learn about Antoine Lavoisier's biography. He was a scientist who ... In 1775
, Lavoisier set up a laboratory in Paris where he could run experiments. His lab ...
Sep 25, 2001 ... Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier was born August 26, 1743, the son of a ... In 1774,
Lavoisier was repeating Robert Boyle's tin calx experiments from ...