Laboratory Thermometer?

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A laboratory thermometer is an instrument used to measure temperatures or temperature changes with a high degree of precision. Some of these thermometers have temperature divisions of 1 °C and are usually filled with red spirit rather than mercury. Examples of commercial laboratory thermometers are; BS593 thermometers and IP thermometers.
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