function of alcohol in alcohol thermometer​


  1. Alcohol is increasingly expanding with heat. Having it go up the ladder quicker than a lot of liquids would have done. It has a low freezing point, too. It’s easy to dye because of the readability. I ‘m sure someone will teach you about the evaporative effects of alcohol, and why they do these things. Though that’s why it’s used briefly in thermometers.

  2. Answer:

    Fahrenheit’s first thermometer contained alcohol, which has a lower freezing point than water. … Glass bulb thermometers work because liquids, such as water, alcohol, or mercury, expand slightly when the temperature rises. If the liquid is trapped in a narrow tube, it has nowhere to go but up. I think this may help you

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