What Is a Thermometer?


A thermometer is a scientific instrument that is used to measure temperature. This instrument is used to complete experiments, in health care and to control mechanical devices such as furnaces.
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A thermometer is a device used to measure temperature of different things like body, candy, wax, animals etc. There are two elements of a thermometer, the temperature valve and the means of converting the change into a value.
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