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Consider a mercury-in-glass thermometer. Assume that the cross section of the capillary is constant at A and the V is the volume of the bulb of mercury at 0.00ºC. Suppose that the mercury column in the capillary at a temperature T, in ºC, is That is, proportional to the temperature, where β is the coefficient of volume expansion of mercury and α is the coefficient of linear expansion of glass.

Consider a mercury-in-glass thermometer. Assume that the cross section of the capillary is constant at A and the V is the volume of the bulb of mercury at 0.00ºC. Suppose that the mercury column in the capillary at a temperature T, in ºC, is
That is, proportional to the temperature, where β is the coefficient of volume expansion of mercury and α is the coefficient of linear expansion of glass.

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