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My name is Robert Boyle , I was born on January 25th 1672. I grew up in a very wealthy family . My education started at home and then I would soon go to Eton College. I would go to Oxford to help my science passion .I became an chemist and philosopher. I made up the Boyle Law used in many chemistry classes today.
As your teacher may have taught you my law can help find an unknown pressure or volume. The variables in my law are pressure and volume. This would be an indirect relationship meaning as one goes up another goes down
The law is used all over the world today.When temperature is the same the relationship between pressure and volume are reverse. My law is very important in everyday life. Come with me and I'll show you some examples .
When you go for shots at the doctors the volume will be released as the pressure is increasing ... Or when you pop a balloon as you squeeze the balloon you're adding pressure and releasing volume.
Mr.Boyle, How do we use your law in our lives?
https://sciencing.com/importance-gas-law-daily-life-8737434.html https://www.sciencehistory.org/historical-profile/robert-boyle http://www.robertboyle.ie/about-boyle http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/historic_figures/boyle_robert.shtml
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