Mercury is the metal in a thermometer.
invantor of digital thermometer
A bimetallic thermometer has a coil of metal strips in it. The metal strips are made of two different materials that expand/contract at different rates. Because they're connected together at one end, when the metals warm up or cool down, the coil changes shape. You use a bimetallic thermometer when you want an electrical circuit to close due to a change of temperature.
The inventor of the mercury thermometer was Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit. He invented it in 1714. Fahrenheit is also credited for developing the temperature that bears his name.
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A bimetallic thermometer uses a bimetallic strip wrapped into a coil. This strip usually consists of either steel and copper or steel and brass. A bimetallic thermometer is a type of thermometer made with a couple metal strips. They have differing thermal expansions that are brazen together. Any distortion in this apparatus caused by variations in the temperature is used to measure the temperature.
Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit created the mercury thermometer in 1714. He is also the inventor credited with the Fahrenheit temperature scale and an alcohol thermometer in 1709.
No. A digital thermometer works on a bi-metal usually
the inventor of the antenna was Alexander popov
The first to put a numerical scale on the thermoscopes was the Italian inventor Santorio Santorio for use in medicine in the 16th century.
He was the inventor of the hydrostatic balance, the thermometer, and the compass.
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In 1612 the inventor Santorio Santorio became the first to put a scale on his thermometer. It was perhaps the first crude clinical thermometer as it was designed to be placed in a patients mouth for temperature taking
It's basically a coil of wire - anchored at one end - with a pointer attached at the other. The coil is actually a 'sandwich' of two different metals which react at different rates when exposed to heat. As the coil heats up, one metal expands faster than the other - causing the coil to unwind - which moves the pointer around a dial marked with a scale.
The liquid metal in many thermometer is mercury (Hg).
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