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SCIENTIFIC COMMUNITY
CHEMISTRY
MASS
CONSERVATION
ELEMENT
BARYTA
MODERN CHEMISTRY
ANTOINE LAVOISIER
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Definitions

  1. Antoine Lavoisier was the first to treat oxygenless air as a separate element, which he called azote, meaning without life. (Web site)

Scientific Community

  1. In 1777, Antoine Lavoisier helped convince the scientific community that sulfur was an element and not a compound. (Web site)

Chemistry

  1. In Paris he studied chemistry in the lectures of Antoine Lavoisier and Antoine François, comte de Fourcroy and botany with Antoine Laurent de Jussieu.

Mass

  1. The demonstration of conservation of mass by Antoine Lavoisier in the late 18th century was a milestone in the development of modern chemistry. (Web site)

Conservation

  1. Chemistry as we know it today was invented by Antoine Lavoisier with his law of Conservation of mass in 1783.
  2. The person celebrated as the Father of Chemistry was Antoine Lavoisier (1743-1794), who developed the theory of Conservation of mass in 1783.

Element

  1. Antoine Lavoisier listed carbon as an element in his 1789 textbook. (Web site)

Baryta

  1. Oxidized barium was at first called barote, by Guyton de Morveau, a name which was changed by Antoine Lavoisier to baryta. (Web site)

Modern Chemistry

  1. It is because of these and other contributions that Antoine Lavoisier is often celebrated as the " Father of Modern Chemistry ".
  2. It is because of these and other contribtuions that Antoine Lavoisier is often celebrated as the "Father of Modern Chemistry".

Antoine Lavoisier

  1. Antoine Lavoisier gave the element its name and proved that water was made of hydrogen and oxygen. (Web site)
  2. Antoine Lavoisier recognized phosphorus as an element in 1777.[ 25] Bone ash was the major source of phosphorus until the 1840s.

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  1. Modern Chemistry
  2. Bone Ash
  3. Baryta
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