Since he is considered the first modern chemist, he is referred to as the "Father of Modern Chemistry".
He was the 7th of 14 children, but he and his elder brothers were fostered by a local family.
Before he left for Oxford, he was apart of a group called the "Invisible College", which became the Royal Society in 1663.
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A Baltic German chemist.
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