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French chemist and physicist of the Renaissance era who invented a new type of lamp, and contributed to many other technologies. Unfortunately his invention did not bring him wealth and he died of malaria when he was only 53.
His father wanted him to enter the clergy, but he chose to pursue his passion in science.
After he refined the distillation process in France, King Louis XIV put him in charge of distillation for the entire country.
How did Ami Argand die?
François-Pierre-Amédée Argand, known as Ami Argand (5 July 1750 – 14 or 24 October 1803) was a Genevan physicist and chemist. He invented the Argand lamp, a great improvement on the traditional oil lamp.
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|Age of death||53 years|
|Birthday||July 5, 1750|
|Death date||October 14, 1803|
|Place of death||Geneva, Switzerland|
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