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Transcript of ROBERT BOYLE
Boyle was born in Lismore Castle in Ireland. His father was named Robert Boyle also. Boyle was a lucky kid because his father was the richest man at the time . Not only was his father rich but he was a brilliant chemist too.
Research and Collage
Back to Robert Boyle! He was an amazing chemist. He attended Oxford and was part of the Invisible College that aimed to cultivate ideas called "the new philosophy". This included the new methods of experimental science .
Robert Boyle is known for Boyle's Law ! Boyle's Law states that "the pressure of an ideal gas at constant temperature varies inversely with the volume."
This law is important because with out it we would not understand air as much as we do know. Robert also tested various elements such as mercury, sulphur and salt.
IN CONCLUSION, ROBERT BOYLE WAS IMPORTANT BECAUSE OF BOYLE'S LAW . WITHOUT HIM WE WOULD NOT UNDERSTAND AIR AND GAS THE SAME AS WE DO NOW.
Robert Boyle was born in Ireland in January of 1627 and died in 1691
Robert is best known for Boyle's law .
Robert Boyle excelled in chemistry studying gas and air pressure. He is credited with inventing the hydrometer & the match.
Robert Boyle is worthy of a presentation because if not for him we would not be able to use air and gas like we do today.
FACTS: Robert was the 7th son and 14th child in his family & his dad was the first Earl of Cork!
HIS INVENTIONS STILL IMPACT OUR LIFE. SCIENTISTS USE HYDROMETERS AND WE USE MATCHES STILL TODAY .
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