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" Subsequently, owing to the influence of the lower temperature of the unblackened thermometer tube, about one inch of it was coated like the bulb. As evidence of the degree of exhaustion, a small mercurial pressure gauge was attached to the thermometer,... "
The American Meteorological Journal - Page 8
1885
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Nature, Volume 32

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1885
...had a bright surface, there i was still much light reflected, and therefore the surface was j (lulled with a coat of lamp black— so that all heat falling...electric arc might indicate the amount of air still left. W ith regard to terrestrial radiation thermometers, the pattern of instrument used has varied very...
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The Meteorological Magazine, Volumes 19-20

Meteorology - 1884
...Subsequently, owing to the influence of the lower temperature of the unblackened thermometer tube, about 1 in. of it was coated like the bulb. As evidence of the...mercurial pressure gauge was attached to the thermometer by one firm, and by other makers platinum wires were soldered through the shield so that the stratification...
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Nature, Volume 32

Sir Norman Lockyer - Science - 1885
...absorbed. Subsequently, owing to the influence of the lower temperature of the «nblackened thermt.roeter tube, about one inch of it was coated like the bulb....electric arc might indicate the amount of air still left. With regard to terrestrial radiation thermometers, the pattern of instrument used has varied very little....
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 11

Meteorology - 1885
...Subsequently, owing to the influence of the lower temperature of the unblackened thermometer tube, about 1 in. of it was coated like the bulb. As evidence of the...electric arc might indicate the amount of air still left. 11. Black- glass bulb Maximum Thermometer on boxwood scale (not divided on stem). Negrctti, No. 445....
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 11

Meteorology - 1885
...degree marks were put upon the supporting slab, then they were put upon the tubes of the thermometers. As evidence of the degree of exhaustion, a small mercurial...electric arc might indicate the amount of air still left. 11- Black-glass bulb Maximum Thermometer on boxwood scale (not divided 12. Black glass bulb Maximum...
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English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are ..., Volume 41

Industrial arts - 1885
...unblackeued thermometer tube, about lin. of it was coated line the bulb. Aa evidence of the degree1 of exhaustion, a small mercurial pressure gauge was...electric arc might indicate the amount of air still left. With regard to terrestrial radiation thermometers the pattern of instrument used has varied very little....
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Symons's Meteorological Magazine, Volume 20

Meteorology - 1885
...Subsequently, owing to the influence of the lower temperature of the unblackened thermometer tube, about 1 in. of it was coated like the bulb. As evidence of the...mercurial pressure gauge was attached to the thermometer by one firm, and by other makers platinum wires were soldered through the shield so that the stratification...
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Nature, Volume 32

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1885
...— so that all heat falling upon the bulb might be absorbed. Subsequently, owing to the inflnencc of the lower temperature of the unblackened thermometer...was attached to the thermometer, and by other makers phtiiium wires were soldered through the shield so that the stratification of the electric arc might...
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