law of Boyle and Mariotte
Definition of law of Boyle and Mariotte
: boyle's law
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Origin and Etymology of law of boyle and mariotte
after Robert Boyle †1691 British physicist and Edme Mariotte †1684 French physicist who independently discovered it
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