A thermometer is a device that measures temperature. It is used to measure the body temperature of a person or an object. The Fahrenheit scale and Celsius scales are widely used in different countries around the world.
There are various types of measurements for temperature:
Fahrenheit - also known as "centigrade" until 1948, was created by Gabriel Daniel Fahrenheit in 1724 as a means to measure temperatures lower than those on the regular Celsius scale, with 0 standing for the freezing point of water and 32 standing for human body temperature (under normal conditions). Water freezes at 32F and boils at 212F at sea level, though other factors such as high altitudes can alter this somewhat. Alternatively, one can use the Rankine scale, which is the same as the Fahrenheit scale except that it starts at absolute zero (0R or 0F).
Celsius - this temperature scale is widely used throughout most of the world today. It was created by Swedish astronomer Anders Celsius in 1742, and its defining point is the freezing point of water at 0 degrees (which occurs at standard atmospheric pressure) and 100 degrees for boiling point. Alternatively, one can use the Kelvin scale, which has the same magnitude as Celsius but starts its measuring points at absolute zero (the lowest allowed temperature).
Kelvin - this system is also known as "absolute" since there are no negative numbers on this scale, unlike on either Celsius or Fahrenheit scales. The Kelvin scale starts at absolute zero, the lowest possible temperature (~-273.15C or ~-459.67F).
Winter - the term "winter" is typically used to indicate a period of three months in which there are fewer hours of daylight than any other time of year. The opposite for this word would be “summer,” which designates a season with more hours of daylight each day than any other time of year.
Thermometer - an instrument using both liquid and gas together inside it so that their expansion can be used to measure temperature changes.
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Thermometer Uses - it is mainly used to measure the temperature of the human body or any other object without making contact with them.
Types of Thermometers - There are various types of thermometers available that can be divided into different categories based on their use and function. Some common types are digital electronic thermometers, mercury-in-glass thermometers, infrared thermometers, chemical reagent strip-based paper thermometers etc.
A digital electronic thermometer helps you to get an accurate reading much faster than using a standard glass one, so if time is not the issue for you then this type will be better. Mercury-in-glass thermometers are the most common type, but they need to be used carefully so that they are not exposed to anything. When exposed to air, mercury may produce toxic fumes and in case of breakage, the glass is sharp enough for this not to be a very pleasant experience.
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