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English: Lithograph of Johan August Arfwedson (1792 - 1841), the Swedish discoverer of the chemical element lithium. J. J. Berzelius, who died in 1848, annotated his own copy, so the lithograph was made before 1849.
Date Pre-1849
Source Pre-1849 lithograph from Fehr and Miller of Stockholm
Author Fehr and Miller of Stockholm


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