The Accademia del Cimento invented this thermometer in 1666, based on Galileo Galilei's discovery that fluids changed volume with temperature in a predictable way. As the temperature of the liquid changes, see the carefully-weighted coloured bulbs rise or fall as the density becomes relatively higher or lower. The temperature range is 16-34C.
Made from: beech wood, glass, steel, oil.
Comes in a colour box.
Measurements: 10.8cm x 8.3cm.
Spice up your dinner parties with amazing tricks and challenges using wine glasses, candles, knives and other readily available objects. Each one of this set of 21 cards provides an illustration and step-by-step instructions along with an explanation of the science behind the trick. From sabring...
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