what is laboratory thermometer? what is the work of laboratory thermometer
Asked by anshikapandey | 19th Jul, 2020, 07:13: AM
A laboratory thermometer is used to measure temperatures or the temperature changes of other objects.
These thermometers are usually filled with red spirit rather than mercury.
The range of a laboratory thermometer is generally from −10°C to 110°C
Answered by Ramandeep | 19th Jul, 2020, 09:17: PM
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