Antoine Lavoisier

Antoine Lavoisier was a French born chemist and biologist. He was responsible for the recognition and naming of oxygen and hydrogen. He made major contributions to the studies of combustion, mass, and gunpowder.

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Antoine Lavoisier and why he was killed?

Lavoisier collected taxes and during the french revolution he was charged for taking money from the people and was sentenced to be beheaded by the guillotine.

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What important contribution did Lavoisier make to Dalton's atomic Theory of Matter?

Lavoisier made the atomic theory of matter, stating that matter is not improved or denied, it just changes Fetus.

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What did Antoine Lavoisier do?

Antonie Lavioisier dicovered phlogiston, and discovered the Law of Conservation of Mass by burning sulphur, and measuring the mass before and after.

he founded the combustion engines / chemical

He also is pretty famous for coming up with names like "oxygen" and plus, the periodic elements, well he came up with the name "elements" for those 33 substances.

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How did Antoine Lavoisier formulated the law of conservation of mass?

You can't handle the truth

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Why was Antoine Lavoisier executed?

At the height of the French Revolution he was beheaded for "selling adulterated tobacco and other crimes."

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Why was lavoisier famous?

== == == Actually, it wasn't because he was smart and rich. It was because earlier in life he was a tax collector and a lot of people hated him. The French killed one of their best scientists and this actually makes it ironic. I mean which country kills one of their best scientists?!==

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Who were Antoine laurent lavoisier's siblings?

When was Antoine Laurent Lavoisiers born?

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Antoine Lavoisier how did he die?

He was executed in the French Revolution on the guillotine. -Renee Clarke

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What book did Antoine lavoisier write?

Elements of Chemistry

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What experiments did Antoine Lavoisier use to create the law of conservation of mass?

Antoine Lavoisier, a French scientist working in the 1700's was one of the first to successfully apply the theory of conservation of mass in experimental chemistry.

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Was Antoine Lavoisier killed in the Reign of Terror?

Yes, he was guillotined on 8 May 1794.

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Why did Antoine Lavoisier become a scientist?

because he want to

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How did Antoine Lavoisier discover silicon?

In 1789, the French chemist Antoine Lavoisier proposed that quartz (crystalline silicon dioxide) was likely to be the oxide of an element which was very common but not yet identified or isolated.

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How old was Antoine lavoisier when he married?

23. He married a 13 year old girl named Marie-Anne Pierrette Paulze in 1771.

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What law is Antoine Lavoisier responsible for?

The Law Of Conservation Of Mass

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Who was Antoine Lavoisier?

He was a French chemist and biologist who lived from August 26, 1743 - May 8, 1794 he is considered the Father of Modern Chemistry. He stated the first version of the law of the conservation of mass, discovered and named oxygen, and hydrogen. He eliminated the phlogiston theory, introduced the metic system and wrote the first extensive list of elements. Lavoisier was different to all the scientists of his time because he introduced quantitative chemistry (chemistry with accurate measurements). He worked on the combustion of phosphorous and sulfur.

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How did Antoine lavoisier disprove the phlogiston theory?

He disproved the phlogiston theory by...... Lavoisier didn't know there were very small amounts of a few other elements in the atmosphere, but he had disproven the phlogiston theory.

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How did Antoine Lavoisier the famous chemist die?

He got his head cut off

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How did Antoine Lavoisier die?

Antoine Lavoisier was beheaded by a french gilloteen in the french revolotion

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Who killed Antoine Lavoisier?

Antoine Lavoisier was particularly outspoken in the events preceding the French Revolution. Subsequently, he was thrown in prison in 1794, and was sentenced to execution three days later.

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Where did Antoine Lavoisier die?

Antoine Lavoisier was guillotined at the insistence of Jean-Paul Marat in Paris on 8 May 1794.

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What Did Antoine Lavoisier Find Out About Phlogiston Theory?

He found out about oxygen and produced an oxidisation theory.

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Contribution of Antoine lavoisier in chemistry?

contribution of antoine Lavoisiers

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Did Antoine Lavoisier have parents?

Yes. He had a mother (died when he was 5) and a father who work everyday.

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What discovery is Antoine Lavoisier known for?

Antoine Lavoisier is known for finding out how materials burn. and many other things.

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