Who Discovered the Air We Breathe?

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The air we breathe, oxygen, was discovered by Carl Scheele who was a pharmacist. He produced the gas by heating mercuric oxide and various nitrates and he called it the 'fire air' because it supported burning. It has a density of 1.429g/L, a melting point of -218.79 °C and a boiling point of -182.95 °C.
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