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Paolo del Buono (1625-1659) was an Italian experimental scientist and scientific instrument maker who studied under Gallileo. A Florentine disciple of Famiano Michelini (1604-1665), Paolo del Buono received his doctorate from the University of Pisa in 1649. In 1655, he and his brother Candido went to Germany to enter the service of Ferdinand III (Emperor from 1637 to 1657) and was appointed master of the mint at the . During his stay, with his student Geminiano Montanari (1633-1687), he visited the imperial mines in the Carpathian mountains and invented a method of extracting water. Del Buono performed wide-ranging research in physics and experimental science. Paolo and his brother Candido del Buono (1618-1676) both belonged to the Accademia del Cimento, with whom Paolo corresponded from G

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  • Paolo Del Buono (26 de octubre de 1625-finales de 1659)​ fue un fabricante de instrumentos científicos italiano.
  • Paolo Del Buono ( 1625eko urriaren 26a - 1659 amaieran) tresna zientifikoen italiar sortzaile bat izan zen.
  • Paolo Del Buono (1625 – 1659) è stato uno scienziato italiano. Fiorentino, discepolo di Famiano Michelini (1604-1665), si addottorò a Pisa nel 1649. Nel 1655 si recò in Germania al servizio di Ferdinando III (imperatore dal 1637 al 1657). Fu anche nominato presidente della Zecca. In quegli anni visitò col suo allievo Geminiano Montanari (1633-1687) le miniere imperiali dei Carpazi, inventando un metodo per cavare le acque. Si occupò di molti problemi fisici e sperimentali e il suo nome figura, con quello del fratello Candido (1618-1676), tra i membri dell'Accademia del Cimento, della quale fu corrispondente dalla Germania.
  • Paolo Del Buono (ur. 26 października 1625 we Florencji, zm. w 1659 w Polsce) – włoski fizyk, inżynier i wynalazca, pod koniec życia zamieszkał w Polsce.
  • Paolo del Buono (1625-1659) was an Italian experimental scientist and scientific instrument maker who studied under Gallileo. A Florentine disciple of Famiano Michelini (1604-1665), Paolo del Buono received his doctorate from the University of Pisa in 1649. In 1655, he and his brother Candido went to Germany to enter the service of Ferdinand III (Emperor from 1637 to 1657) and was appointed master of the mint at the . During his stay, with his student Geminiano Montanari (1633-1687), he visited the imperial mines in the Carpathian mountains and invented a method of extracting water. Del Buono performed wide-ranging research in physics and experimental science. Paolo and his brother Candido del Buono (1618-1676) both belonged to the Accademia del Cimento, with whom Paolo corresponded from G
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  • Paolo Del Buono (26 de octubre de 1625-finales de 1659)​ fue un fabricante de instrumentos científicos italiano.
  • Paolo Del Buono ( 1625eko urriaren 26a - 1659 amaieran) tresna zientifikoen italiar sortzaile bat izan zen.
  • Paolo del Buono (1625-1659) was an Italian experimental scientist and scientific instrument maker who studied under Gallileo. A Florentine disciple of Famiano Michelini (1604-1665), Paolo del Buono received his doctorate from the University of Pisa in 1649. In 1655, he and his brother Candido went to Germany to enter the service of Ferdinand III (Emperor from 1637 to 1657) and was appointed master of the mint at the . During his stay, with his student Geminiano Montanari (1633-1687), he visited the imperial mines in the Carpathian mountains and invented a method of extracting water. Del Buono performed wide-ranging research in physics and experimental science. Paolo and his brother Candido del Buono (1618-1676) both belonged to the Accademia del Cimento, with whom Paolo corresponded from Germany. He is also noted for an experiment in 1657 which showed the incompressibility of water where water compressed in a gold shell by a screw seeped through pores in the gold, and for introducing into Tuscany an Egyptian method of raising chickens whereby the eggs are hatched by gradually introducing heat to them. He also studied air and how it could be expanded or compressed.
  • Paolo Del Buono (1625 – 1659) è stato uno scienziato italiano. Fiorentino, discepolo di Famiano Michelini (1604-1665), si addottorò a Pisa nel 1649. Nel 1655 si recò in Germania al servizio di Ferdinando III (imperatore dal 1637 al 1657). Fu anche nominato presidente della Zecca. In quegli anni visitò col suo allievo Geminiano Montanari (1633-1687) le miniere imperiali dei Carpazi, inventando un metodo per cavare le acque. Si occupò di molti problemi fisici e sperimentali e il suo nome figura, con quello del fratello Candido (1618-1676), tra i membri dell'Accademia del Cimento, della quale fu corrispondente dalla Germania.
  • Paolo Del Buono (ur. 26 października 1625 we Florencji, zm. w 1659 w Polsce) – włoski fizyk, inżynier i wynalazca, pod koniec życia zamieszkał w Polsce.
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