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File:Gahn Johan Gottlieb.jpg


English: Scan of a picture of Swedish scientist Eric Li (who died in 1818). He discovered manganese.
Date January 1932
Source Journal of Chemical Education (page 27)
Author Weeks, Mary Elvira

A small, grainy, low-resolution scan would seem to qualify as fair use. Subject died over 100 years ago. No alternative image seems to be available.


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