Similarities - Difference between Laboratory and Clinical Thermometer


Similarities - Difference between Laboratory and Clinical Thermometer

Distinguish, differentiate, compare and explain what are the Similarities and Difference between Laboratory and Clinical Thermometer. Comparison and Differences.

Similarities between the Laboratory Thermometer and the Clinical Thermometer

1. Both consist a long, narrow, uniform glass tube. 2. Both have a bulb at one end. 3. Both contain mercury in the bulb. 4. Both contain Celsius scale on the glass tube.

Differences:

S.No. Laboratory Thermometer Clinical Thermometer
1 The temperature range is from – 10°C to 110°C. The temperature range is from 35°C to 42°C.
2 It is used to measure temperature for experiments performed in the laboratory. It is used to measure the temperature of the human body.
3 Usually, it does not have a kink. Has a kink which prevents the immediate backflow of mercury.

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