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Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691

LC control no.n 79006775
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Personal name headingBoyle, Robert, 1627-1691
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Variant(s)T. E., a layman, 1627-1691
E., T., a layman, 1627-1691
R. B. (Robert Boyle), 1627-1691
B., R. (Robert Boyle), 1627-1691
Person of quality, 1627-1691
Person of honour, 1627-1691
Boyle, R. (Robert), 1627-1691
Fellow of the Royal Society, 1627-1691
Boyle, Robertus, 1627-1691
T. H. R. B. (The Honourable Robert Boyle), 1627-1691
B., T. H. R. (The Honourable Robert Boyle), 1627-1691
Associated countryGreat Britain
LocatedLondon (England) Oxford (England)
Birth date1627
Death date1691
Place of birthWaterford (Ireland : County)
Field of activityPneumatics Physics Chemistry Medicine Theology
AffiliationGresham College University of Oxford Royal Society (Great Britain)
Profession or occupationScientists Inventors
Special noteIncludes the old catalog heading: Boyle, Robert, Hon., 1627-1691
Found inHis Some considerations about the reconcileableness of reason and religion, 1975: t.p. (T.E. a layman)
Halkett & Laing: (T.E. a layman [Robert Boyle]; T. E. are final letters of the author's names)
InU/Wing STC files: (usage: R.B.; a person of quality; a person of honour)
His Medicinal experiments, 1703: t.p. (R. Boyle)
LC data base, 6-2-86: (hdg.: Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691; Boyle, Robert, Hon., 1627-1691)
LCCN 47-37656: His Of the high veneration man's intellect owes to God, 1685: (hdg.: Boyle, Robert, 1627-1691; usage: a fellow of the Royal Society)
His Tentamina quaedam physiologica diversis temporibus & occasionibus conscripta, 1667: t.p. (Roberto Boyle)
InU/Wing STC files: (usage: T.H.R.B. [i.e. The Honourable Robert Boyle])
Wikipedia, Dec. 6, 2014: (Robert Boyle, natural philosopher, chemist, physicist and inventor; b. Lismore Castle, County Waterford, Ireland; worked at Gresham College in London and Oxford; buried at St. Martin in the Fields, London; influential work in the study of gases ("Boyle's Law"); also interested in theology)