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ther·mo·met·ric

(ther'mō-met'rik),
Relating to thermometry or to a thermometer reading.

ther·mo·met·ric

(thĕr'mō-met'rik)
Relating to thermometry or to a thermometer reading.

thermometer

(ther-mom'et-er) [ thermo- + -meter]
An instrument for indicating the degree of heat or cold. thermometric (ther?mo-me'trik), adjective See: tables

alcohol thermometer

A thermometer containing alcohol.

Celsius thermometer

See: Celsius, Anders*Also called Centigrade.
Celsius*Fahrenheit
Boiling point of water100°212°
90194
80176
70158
60140
50122
40104
Body temperature37°98.6°
3086
2068
1050
Freezing point of water32°
-1014
-20-4
Conversion:Fahrenheit to Celsius: Subtract 32 and multiply by 5/9. Celsius to Fahrenheit: Multiply by 9/5 and add 32.
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centigrade thermometer

Celsius thermometer.
See: Celsius, Anders

clinical thermometer

A thermometer for measuring the body temperature. See: clinical thermometry

differential thermometer

A thermometer recording slight variations of temperature.

Fahrenheit thermometer

See: Fahrenheit, Daniel Gabriel

gas thermometer

A thermometer filled with gas, such as air, helium, or oxygen.

Kelvin thermometer

See: Kelvin, Lord

mercury thermometer

A thermometer containing mercury for measurement of temperature. Mercury thermometers are seldom employed because they are an important source of heavy metal pollution of rivers, streams, and aquatic life.

recording thermometer

A device with a suitable sensor that continuously monitors and records temperature.

rectal thermometer

A thermometer with a round bulb that is inserted into the rectum for determining body temperature.

self-registering thermometer

A thermometer recording variations of temperature.

spirit thermometer

A thermometer filled with alcohol for registering low temperatures.

surface thermometer

A thermometer for indicating the temperature of the body's surface. Used, for example, in infant warmers.

tympanic thermometer

A thermometer that determines the temperature electronically by measuring it from the tympanic membrane of the ear.
See: ear thermometry; temperature, tympanic

wet-and-dry-bulb thermometer

Psychrometer.