Who Invented the Thermometer?

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Avicenna, Cornelius Drebbel, Robert Fludd, Galileo Galilei or Santorio Santorio all contributed to the invention.
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There are different types of thermometer: Daniel Fahrenheit invented the alcohol thermometer. Santorio Santorio was the one that invented the water thermometer, and added numerical scale to it. Gabriel Fahrenheit invented the mercury thermometer.
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