What did Robert Hooke invent?

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Robert Hooke was an English scientist who invented the air pump and the universal joint. He built the air pump for Robert Boyle, which became the ancestor of the steam engine and the internal combustion engine. The universal joint is considered to be the key component of the modern car.
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Some of the things that Robert Hooke invented were; the universal joint, the iris diaphragm, the anchor escapement and the balance spring. He is also best known for discovering the plant cell and the Hook’s law. All his work is considered to have played a vital role in the scientific revolution.
Robert Hooke was an British physicist who discovered Hooke's law of elasticity during the 17th century. He made known that all living things are made up of cells.
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Robert Hooke invented some scientific things like; the universal joint, the iris diaphragm, the anchor escapement and the balance spring. He is known to have contributed ...
Robert Hooke contributed a lot to the field of science. He invented the compound microscope and developed an illumination system for said microscope. He also discovered ...
Some of the things that Robert Hooke discovered and invented were; the Hook’s law, the air- pump, plant cell, universal joint and the 5th star in the Trapezium ...
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