Subject: Use of Constriction in Clinical Thermometer.
Date: Mon Mar 30 08:42:25 1998
Posted by Vincent
Grade level: 7-9
School: Anglo-Chinese School(Barker Road)
City: Johor Bahru State/Province: Johor
Area of science: Physics
How does the constriction in clinical thermometer prevent the mercury
from being "back flow or flow backwards"? is it related with surface
tension?? if so, what does surface tension means??
Re: Use of Constriction in Clinical Thermometer.
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