Marie Anne Paulze Lavoisier: The Mother of Modern Chemistry

@article{Eagle1998MarieAP,
  title={Marie Anne Paulze Lavoisier: The Mother of Modern Chemistry},
  author={C. T. Eagle and Jennifer Sloan},
  journal={The Chemical Educator},
  year={1998},
  volume={3},
  pages={1-18}
}
Marie Anne Pierrette Paulze was a significant contributor to the understanding of chemistry in the late 1700s. Marie Anne married Antoine Laurent Lavoisier, known as the ‘Father of Modern Chemistry,’ and was his chief collaborator and laboratory assistant. Marie Anne Lavoisier translated Richard Kirwan’s ‘Essay on Phlogiston’ from English to French which allowed her husband and others to dispute Kirwan’s ideas. She drew many sketches and carved engravings of the laboratory instruments used by… Expand
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