What is the basic principle of thermometer?
The basic principle is measuring temperature through merucury liquid as the mercury expands quickly by heating process and contracts in cooling process.
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Liquid expands as it gets warmer.
Most thermometers work on the principle that elements and compoundsexpand as their temperature increases. Liquids or solids thatexpand at a constant rate over the desired temp…erature range areused so that the amount they have expanded can be measured andcompared against known expansion rates to determine thetemperature.
LIQUIDS EXPANDS AS IT GETS WARMER
The basic principle is that UV light is high energy light with shorter wavelength.
Air compressors collect and store air in a pressurized tank, and use pistons and valves to achieve the appropriate pressure levels within an air storage tank that is attached …to the motorized unit. There are a few different types of piston compressors that can deliver even air pressures to the user. Automotive compressors are combustion engine compressors that use the up-and-down stroke of the piston to allow air in and pressurize the air within the storage tank. Other piston compressors utilize a diaphragm, oil-free piston. These pull air in, and pressurize it by not allowing air to escape during the collection period. These are the most common types of air compressors that are used today by skilled workers and craftsmen. Before the day of motorized engines, air compressors were not what they are today. Unable to store pressurized air, a type of antique air compressor may be found in the blacksmith's foundry bellows.
Liquids expands on heating and contracts om cooling , when it expands it gives the reading
Basic principles are ideologies that guide a school of thought or for that matter an entire institution.These are laid down by thinkers or the heads of an institution.It can b…e called a charter that helps anything to work with the help of the bylaws that are set.
They are slowly replacing the use of thermocouples in many industrial applications below 600 Â°C, due to higher accuracy and repeatability.Common RTD sensing elements constr…ucted of platinum copper or nickel have a unique, and repeatable and predictable resistance versus temperature relationship (R vs T) and operating temperature range. The R vs T relationship is defined as the amount of resistance change of the sensor per degree of temperature change.
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Mercury thermometers are based on the fact that materials (in this case, the liquid mercury) expand when heated.\n Mercury thermometers are based on the fact that materials (…in this case, the liquid mercury) expand when heated.\n Mercury thermometers are based on the fact that materials (in this case, the liquid mercury) expand when heated.\n Mercury thermometers are based on the fact that materials (in this case, the liquid mercury) expand when heated.\n
Marxism is based on three key principles 1) materialist interpretation of history - discusses how history isa product of struggles between the social classes 2) critique of …capitalism: an economic minority (bourgeoisie)control and manipulate the economic majority (working class) 3) adovcacy of proletarian revolution: discusses how in order toovercome the challenges faced by a working class, this class needsto start a revolution and gain political power Everyone must share the means of production (apex)
From each according to his abilities and to each according to his needs.
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To measure the temperature of soil.
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Resistance of a material would depend on the temperature. So drawing a graph with temperature along x axis and its resistance along y axis we could almost a straight line or c…urve. Then right knowing the resistance at some unknown temperature we can find the temperature right from the garph.
The principle is volumetric expansion of a fluid