. The father of modern chemistry is
Even though a lot of chemists and scientists have contributed tremendously to the advent of chemistry, Antoine Lavoisier is known as the father of modern chemistry.
It is because Lavoisier was the first person to complete and compile a list of elements that were discovered till then.
He wrote the book "Elements of Chemistry" in the year 1787 and gave names to oxygen and hydrogen.
He also helped in developing the metric system and also to revise and standardize chemical nomenclature.
He also discovered that a matter retains its mass even when it changes its form.
Hence, the correct option is B: Lavoisier.