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How a thermometer actually works?

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A thermometer works by the expansion of mercury within a vacuum tube. (vacuum meaning there is no air inside the tube, only mercury.) as temperature rises the mercury fills up more space within the vacuum along a gauge, telling you what the temperature is.

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