Sir Humphrey Davy

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Sir Humphrey Davy (1778 - 1829) was an English chemist who worked in the coal mines of England, and discovered a number of elements. He was a famous for inventing the Davy safety lamp which allowed naked flames to be used in coal mines without the danger of explosion from fire-damp (methane).