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Antoine-Laurent de Lavoisier was a French nobleman and chemist central to the 18th-century chemical revolution and had a ...

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When the 17-year-old Lavoisier left Mazarin College in Paris in 1761, chemistry hardly could be called a true science. Unlike physics, which had come of age ...

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Antoine Lavoisier's Science. While studying for his law degree Lavoisier had maintained his interest in science, attending science lectures in addition to law ...

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But rather than practice law, Lavoisier began pursuing scientific research that in 1768 gained him admission into France's foremost natural philosophy society, ...

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Sep 11, 2015 ... Madame Lavoisier prepared herself to be her husband's scientific collaborator by learning English to translate the work of British chemists like ...

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Lavoisier never did practice law because he found science much more interesting. He had inherited a good deal of money when his mother died and was able ...

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Antoine Laurent Lavoisier. The French chemist Antoine Laurent Lavoisier (1743- 1794) was the founder of the modern science of chemistry and the author of the ...

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Oct 5, 2012 ... Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier is considered the father of modern chemistry, and he was among the first to relate this science to physiology by ...

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French chemist who, through a conscious revolution, became the father of modern chemistry. As a student, he stated "I am young and avid for glory." He was ...