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1,217 words An article on the element Oxygen, discovered by Polish alchemist and philosopher Michal Sedziwoj, including its characteristics, applications, history, occurrence, compounds, isotopes and precautions.
642 words Sedziwoj's biography at Wikipedia.
1 image An image of Alchemist Michal Sedziwój by Jan Matejko.
186 words A brief history and usage of the element Oxygen, discovered by Michal Sedziwój in late 16th century. Sedziwój assumed the existence of oxygen by warming nitre. He thought of the gas given off as "the elixir of life."
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