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how is a father of chemistry
Question asked by: asad10

Asked on: 05 Sep 2009

The chemist who is normally referred to by this title, that is as the Father of Chemistry, is a certain Robert Boyle.

He lived from 1627 - 91 and was born in Ireland.

He is quite famous for several reasons, including of course Boyle's gas law.

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