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Galileo thermometer

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A Galileo thermometer (or Galilean thermometer) is a thermometer made of a sealed glass cylinder containing a clear liquid and ... The English translation of this work (1684) describes the device ('...

How Does the Thermometer Work? - Energy Quest

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Apr 22, 2002 ... A thermometer is a device that measures the temperature of things. ... Inside the glass tube of a thermometer, the liquid has no place to go but ...

How does a Galileo thermometer work? | HowStuffWorks

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... floating things in it. What kind of thermometer is this, and how does it work? ... The bubbles are glass spheres filled with a colored liquid mixture. This liquid ...

Temperature and Thermometers - The Physics Classroom

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So exactly how does a thermometer work? How does it reliably ... As the temperature of the liquid in a thermometer increases, its volume increases. The liquid is ...

liquid thermometer | measurement device | Britannica.com

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Liquid thermometer. Measurement ... Britannica does not currently have an article on this topic. ... Gas thermometers work best at very low temperatures. Liquid ...

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Dec 6, 2008 ... A thermometer works on the principle of the expansion of liquid, which depends on temperature. ... Galileo Thermometer: How Does it Work?

The Ups and Downs of Thermometers | Chapter 1: Matter—Solids ...

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When heated, the molecules of the liquid in the thermometer move faster, ... to an explanation on the molecular level, of why the liquid moves the way it does. ... Do you think the thermometer would work as well if the tube the liquid moves in ...

How does thermal expansion affect a thermometer? | Socratic

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Jun 29, 2014 ... When we think of a thermometer, one might visualize a thin glass tube with a colorful liquid in it (that lines up with a certain measurement on the ...

Liquid-in-glass thermometer - evitherm

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A liquid-in-glass thermometer is widely used due to its accuracy for the temperature ... repeatable, calibration does not drift, have a limited useable temperature range ... For precise work, the measurement can be performed with a microscope ...

Measure Up with a Homemade Thermometer - Scientific American

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Jun 4, 2015 ... Liquid-filled thermometers have been used for centuries to measure ... you understand how a liquid thermometer works, but why does it work?

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How thermometers work | Types of thermometers compared

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Dec 27, 2015 ... A simple dial thermometer in a freezer showing a temperature of about ... amount of mercury—a rather special metal that's a liquid at ordinary, ...

How Thermometers Work - edHelper.com

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Print How Thermometers Work (font options, pick words for additional ... As the temperature around the thermometer's bulb heats up, the liquid rises in the glass  ...

How does a liquid thermometer works - Answers.com

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Mercury in a thermometer is a liquid What property of a liquid does a thermometer use? Not just a ... Can a meat thermometer work in liquid? Yes you can use a ...