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By: Jena Price
Super Oxygen was discovered in England by Joseph Priestley during the year of 1772.
Priestley was doing an experiment where he heated mercury oxide with a 12 inch burning lens when he discovered this emitted Super Oxygen!
Super Oxygen's job is to provide air for living things to breathe. It can be found in water, rocks, and organic compounds. It's part of a crime fighting group known as the Chalcogens.
Super Oxygen also has multiple other powers. He can sneak around and hide well because he's colorless and can go through small spaces because he's made of gas. Super Oxygen can also stick to surfaces well because of its high viscosity, and is nearly fire resistant because of his low flammability.
Super Oxygen continued to work unrecognized until Carl W. Scheele discovered him again and published his knowledge.
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