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how is the father of chemistry?

Question asked by: sultan

Asked on: 27 Jun 2009

How is, do you mean who is?

In which case there is no real answer as there is no one who can be the father of a science such as chemistry is there!

However, Robert Boyle is sometimes referred to under this name due to the huge contribution he made to chemistry and coming up with simple but accurate formulae to describe some of the most common and important phenomena.

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Replied at: 01 Jul 2009
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