Robert Boyle Inventions?


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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In 1680 Boyle invented the first match although it would be many years before matches
(1627–91) English chemist and physicist, born in Ireland. After moving to Oxford in 1654 he worked on gases, using an air pump made by Robert Hooke. In 1662 he discovered Boyle's
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