Thermometer refers to an instrument for measuring temperature whose development began in the early seventeenth century. Thermometers are based on the property of gases, liquids, and solids to Expand or contract with changes in temperature. Other thermometer designs are based on electrical phenomena.

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"Thermometer" is in the UNSPSC Code "42182209"
  Thermometer probes

Ref: 86472/2006-09-14


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