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This YouTube video discusses the first revolution in chemistry, which was sparked by the work of French scientist Antoine Lavoisier. Lavoisier's work led to the development of modern chemistry and the understanding of many biological processes. Today, Lavoisier is often credited with being the father of the scientific method. His wife, Marian, was also an important contributor to this revolution.

  • 00:00:00 In the video, Luis Hernandez, a chemistry teacher, discusses the first revolution in chemistry - the discovery of the elements. He goes over some of the key points, including the idea that matter is composed of tiny particles called atoms. He then talks about another Greek philosopher, Empedocles, who lived in the 4th century BC and said that all matter is made of four elements: earth, water, air, and fire. After 150 years of development, another Greek philosopher, Georgios Ptolomeos, proposed that these four elements are actually just three - earth, air, and fire. This theory was further developed by another Greek philosopher, Johann Georg Geiger, who said that all matter is made of three types of elements: solid, liquid, and gas. In the 18th century, a German philosopher, Werder, proposed a fourth element - earth, gas, metal, and water. Finally, in the late 19th century, another German philosopher, Ludwig Boltzmann, proposed that all matter is made of atoms - tiny, indivisible particles that make up everything in the world. This video is an introduction to the fourth revolution in chemistry, which is the understanding of the elements.
  • 00:05:00 This person, Joséph Priestley, was responsible for the discovery of oxygen, which is credited with playing a significant role in the development of modern technology. He also discovered other gases, such as nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and hydrogen. Priestley's work in the field of chemistry has had a lasting impact on the field, and he is considered one of the fathers of the discipline.
  • 00:10:00 This YouTube video discusses the work of Antoine Lavoisier, one of the key fathers of modern chemistry. Lavoisier was a brilliant scientist who made significant contributions to the field of chemistry, including the development of the theory of combustion, the discovery of oxygen, and the discovery of hydrogen. His work has had a major impact on the development of modern technology, and he is often referred to as the "father of modern chemistry."
  • 00:15:00 In the early days of chemistry, many discoveries were made thanks to these types of equipment. This allowed scientists to begin to demonstrate that there was still weight to an object like what I've been talking about for a while now. There are several discoverers of different gases, such as Henry Cavendish, who discovered hydrogen, while Joseph Priestley discovered oxygen, which he called "inflammable air." Finally, presley linked this gas with combustion, but did not understand the how or why, until La UIS (Universidad Industrial de Santander) came up with a better way to do experiments. They were able to understand the water molecule fully, and this led to the development of the scientific field of chemistry, which I've always been fascinated by. Thanks to these two scientists, we were able to identify new elements that had not been discovered yet, and even many years later, some of these discoveries would still be made. For example, we have element and compound. Element is a substance that cannot be divided into other substances, and compounds are the union of two or more element, which can be seen as an example of La UIS's work in naming molecules. Presley also helped to develop a chemical nomenclature, which refers to a
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses the first chemical revolution, which was sparked by a French scientist named Lavoisier. Lavoisier was able to disprove the ancient theory that matter was created and destroyed by analyzing and experimenting with chemical reactions. This revolution in science led to the development of modern chemistry and the understanding of many biological processes. Today, Lavoisier is often credited with being the father of the scientific method. His wife, Marian, was also an important contributor to this revolution, as she helped him to organize and conduct his experiments. Without her support, Lavoisier's work would not have been possible.
  • 00:25:00 This married couple was able to change history by changing water. It has helped in many areas such as lighting and public health. It was also a public servant where taxes were collected. They made many important contributions to science, but we'll summarize the most important here. First, they were the ones behind the law that established the conservation of matter or mass. Later on, they were able to defeat the theory of the flogist by explaining the nature of combustion. Furthermore, they proved that water was a compound made of hydrogen and oxygen. Throughout history, scientists have thought that water was an element. The voice of science sat down the foundations of modern chemistry with the first list of simple substances - in 1789. He wrote a book called "Elementary Treatise on Chemistry" which was the first book in the history of chemistry. In it, he included the list of elements that were theorized at the time. In 1794, Jean Paul Marat, a doctor, tried to get close to the academy of sciences by proposing new ideas. However, he was rejected multiple times. Meanwhile, this scientist was also very brilliant. He died as a martyr for the Revolution. Unfortunately, envy spread to one person and then to a very brilliant person. He died.

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