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Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit was a Dutch-German-Polish physicist, inventor, and scientific instrument maker. A pioneer of exact thermometry, he is best known for  ...

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The Hague, the Netherlands German instrument maker and glassblower. The German instrument maker Gabriel Fahrenheit made the first reliable thermometers, ...

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Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit, (born May 24, 1686, Gdańsk, Pol.—died Sept. 16, 1736, The Hague, Dutch Republic [now in the Netherlands]), Polish-born Dutch ...

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The German instrument maker Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit (1686-1736) made the first reliable thermometers. The temperature scale he originated is named after ...

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Sep 24, 2013 ... Fahrenheit is a temperature scale that bases the boiling point of water at 212 and the freezing point at 32. It was developed by Daniel Gabriel ...

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Biography of Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit. ... Fahrenheit invented the first truly accurate thermometer using mercury instead of alcohol and water mixtures.

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Sep 6, 2016 ... What can be considered the first modern thermometer, the mercury thermometer with a standardized scale, was invented by Daniel Gabriel ...

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Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit was a German physicist living in the Netherlands in the early eighteenth century. Like many of his contemporaries, he was interested  ...

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Daniel Fahrenheit invents the thermometer and its scale.