Robert Boyle Inventions?

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Robert Boyle's most well known invention is the matchstick. He discovered that a small piece of wood coated in sulphur could ignite if rubbed against a piece of paper coated in phosphorus. Boyle is also well known for discovering Boyle's law, the law which connects the pressure and volume of a gas.
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