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Robert Boyle was born on January 25 1627 He was born in Lismore Castle County Cork Ireland Encyclopedia p 469 His father was the Earl of Cork His mother died when he was very young Sootin pp 3-6 Robert was the seventh son of fourteen children and was his fathers favorite He was very different from his brothers Instead of playing like most of the children Robert preferred studying and reading The father and founder of modern chemistry had been born Sootin p8 In this paper will be discussed Robert Boyles childhood his scientific works and his death Boyle grew up imitating and making fun of people who studdered in fact he did it so much he also developed the habit of studdering This habit caused him to keep to himself much of the time The rest of his life was plagued by this affliction Without this defect he may have never concentrated enough to accomplish what he did It was bad at first however it turned out for the bestSootin p9 Robert Boyle went through school like other normal boys at that time Then it came time to go to college in which he attended Eton College Eton college was located in England Sootin p10 After graduating college Boyle decided to start his work at Oxford At the age of twenty-seven he finally became what he wanted to be for so long an experimental scientistSootin pp37-38 He continued at Oxford and received an Honored MD and later was accepted to be a member of the Royal Society a big scientific group It was a great honor to be a part of that scientific groupSalzberg p161 Arguably Robert Boyle is most famous for Boyles Law Boyless Law in formula form is Pressure x volume a constant Boyles Law in word form is At constant temperature for given mass of gas volume varies inversely with pressure Biddle p164 Robert performed
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