escapes into th air!! (:
it vapourise from the test tube
Test tube brush=use for cleaning test tubes
A culture tube or sample tube.
A thermometer has a capillary tube but a mercury switch in a heater thermostat has mercury that just rolls back and forth.
Yes, it is correct.
The materials in the tube could chemically combine, releasing energy, or they could boil, burn, or explode. Any of these is a hazard if the material escapes from the tube or breaks it open. The glass in the tube could also fracture or break with improper heating.
when was test tube first made,when and who?
test tube is classified in to various types namely hard test tube ,boiler test tube,20 ml test tube
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the air off of Mercury has a big tube in the inside of it and it pushes in up
The historical experiment is to create a long, thin glass tube, sealed at one end. Immerse the tube in liquid Mercury then stand it upright so that there is an evacuated segment at the top (sealed) end of the glass tube. Then walk up a mountain and not how the height of the mercury in the tube changes. Warning: Mercury is poisonous, deadly so after long exposure.
That depends on the 'tube' involved. In a thermometer the mercury expands and contracts within a sealed tube as the temperature is raised or lowered. In a barometer there is a reservoir of mercury which the atmosphere presses on. This maintains the mercury in a column which is sealed at the top. Increases in atmospheric pressure push the mercury further up the tube, decreases let it drop down the tube.
because,the adhesive force of mercury in more compared to the cohesive force which acts on a capillary tube. that's why mercury falls in capillary tube
There are many uses of the electromagnet, it is used to invent generators and electric motors, used it to control the switch relay, use in practical industries, and even in an electric bell etc. Because the electromagnet is a type of magnet in which the magnetic field is produced by the electric current.
How do you replace the orifice tube on a 2000 Mercury Marquis
A test tube (or sample tube) has no errors.