In selecting suitable thermometers for the use of students in General Organic Chemistry, it is often found that the ordinary chemical thermometers on the market at moderate prices have a number of defects. Some of these are as follows: 1. Graduation lines too close together, making reading difficult. 2. Lack of sufficient accuracy. 3. Stems too large, causing difficulty when more than one hole must be bored through a small cork.
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Liggett, Thomas H.
"The Selection of Thermometers for General Organic Chemistry,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 37(1), 241-245.
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