Who Invented the Water Thermometer?

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The water thermometer was invented by Galileo Galilei in 1593. This opened a whole new door for scientific experimentation. It added another variation to experiments.
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Galileo Galilei invented the first water thermometer in 1593. Although very basic in design, his invention was the first to measure variations in temperature.
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Galileo Galilei invented a rudimentary water thermometer (using the contraction of air to draw water up a tube) He also discovered that liquids of lesser density than water could
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Galileo Galilei invented the first water thermometer in 1593. This invention is now known as the Galilei thermometer.
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