Antoine Lavoisier. Founder of Modern Chemistry by Lynn Van Gorp

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By Lynn Van Gorp

Antoine Lavoisier has been known as the founding father of sleek chemistry. The French scientist is such a lot remembered for constructing the medical procedure, that's a cautious, step by step approach for proving or disproving anything.

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