Bimetal thermometer refers to a thermometer in which temperature variations are indicated by the changes in the shape of a bar consisting of two metals with different expansion coefficients soldered together.

Flat bimetallic plates curl when they experience temperature variations; coiled bimetallic plates unfold or fold tighter.

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