The alcohol thermometer is an alternative to the mercury-in-glass thermometer
and has similar ... Since these are transparent, the liquid is made more visible by
the addition of a red or blue dye. O...
The red liquid inside of a thermometer is alcohol. When the temperature changes
, the alcohol expands, providing a reading based on the thermometer's scale.
A broken mercury-containing thermometer can be toxic if the vapors are inhaled.
... thermometers that contain a non-mercury silver substance (Galinstan<sup>®</sup>) that, ...
headaches, loss of appetite, gum inflammation, red skin, high blood pressure, ...
Observe the red liquid in the thermometer when it is heated and cooled. .... the
level of liquid in each thermometer is different is that they are different substances
The thermometric fluid used by Galileo Galilei in his thermometer was air. ...
Alcohol can be colored brightly (by adding a dye, generally red) and then it is
Oct 20, 2015 ... In a mercury thermometer, a glass tube is filled with mercury and a standard
temperature scale is marked on the tube. With changes in ...
A LiG thermometer, by definition, is a glass capillary tube with a liquid-filled bulb
at one end. ... alcohol, butane, or other similar organic liquids colored with a red
dye. ... While the substances contained in these types of LiG thermometers are ...
Liquid-in-glass thermometers are made of sealed glass and contain a fluid,
usually mercury or red alcohol, whose volume changes relative to its temperature
A mercury thermometer contains 0.7g (0.025 oz) of mercury; 1 g of the substance
is enough to contaminate a 20-acre lake. Several states have banned the use ...
Mercury is a silver-white to gray substance. If your thermometer is filled with a red
liquid, your thermometer contains red dyed alcohol or mineral spirits and not ...