Antoine Lavoisier is known as "father of modern chemistry”. How did he die?

He committed suicide
He died of carbon oxide poisoning
He died in an explosion
He was guillotined.
Lavoisier was a powerful member of a number of aristocratic councils, and an administrator of the Ferme générale - a hated tax agency. At the height of the French Revolution, he was charged with tax fraud and selling adulterated tobacco, and sentenced to death.
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He committed suicide
He died of carbon oxide poisoning
He died in an explosion
He was guillotined.
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