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" Table of the corrections for temperature to reduce observations to 32 Fahrenheit for Barometers with brass scales extending from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column. "
Philosophical Magazine - Page 484
1880
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

Science - 1883
...MILLION, Price 1. TAYLOB and FBANCIB, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, EC New Edition, price 1*. TABLE OF CORRECTIONS FOR TEMPERATURE to Reduce Observations...Cistern to the top of the Mercurial Column. By JAMES GLAISHER, FRS TAYLOB and FBANCIS, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, EC {ADVERTISEMENTS continued on 3rd...
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Report of the Committee of Physics: Including Meteorology, on the Objects of ...

Royal Society (Great Britain) - Geomagnetism - 1840 - 119 pages
...{/-fn(tt 3 X \ /-felft — •eoe.cfq.s -004, * -oee./oe, see TABLE II. Correction to be applied to Barometers with brass scales, extending from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column, to reduce the observation to 32 Fahrenheit. *>t.?e 1 Inches. ~~FS 20 20-5 21 21-5 22 22-5 23 23-5...
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Hygrometry, and the construction and uses of a new hygrometer. On the ...

John Frederic Daniell - Meteorology - 1845
...But we subjoin, from the Royal Society-s Report, a Table (XLI.) of the Correction to be applied to Barometers with brass scales, extending from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column, to reduce the observation to 32 Fahrenheit.] TABLE XLI. Correction for Barometers wilh brass scales....
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A Manual of Scientific Enquiry: Prepared for the Use of Officers in Her ...

Sir John Frederick William Herschel - Life sciences - 1851 - 503 pages
...0•014 0-020 0•029 0•044 0•070 Appendix.] METEOROLOGY. TABLE II. — Correction to be applied to Barometers with Brass Scales, extending from the Cistern to the top of the Mercurial Column, to reduce the observation to 32 Fahrenheit. -- = 24 24-5 25 25-5 26 26-5 IN 27 CH 27-5 K>. 28...
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Scientific dialogues, with corrections by O. Gregory

Jeremiah Joyce - 1853
...this done ? F, Extensive tables have been calculated, which are applicable to barometers, with Ireus scales extending from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column, which is the construction of the proper one I have just described. You will find them in " The Report...
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A Handbook of Chemical Manipulation

Charles Greville Williams - Chemistry - 1857 - 580 pages
...according to Magnus 554 VI. Ditto, according to Dulong and Petit . . . 555 VII. Correction to be applied to barometers with brass scales extending from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column, to reduce the observation to 32 Fahrenheit . . page 656 VIII. Correction to be applied to barometers...
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Tables Meteorological and Physical Prepared for the Smithsonian Institution

Arnold Guyot, P.D., LL.D. - 1858
...the head of each. С 62 XVII. ENGLISH BAROMETER. TABLE GIVING THE CORRECTION TO BE APPLIED TO ENGLISH BAROMETERS, WITH BRASS SCALES. EXTENDING FROM THE CISTERN TO THE TOP OF THE MERCURIAL COLUMN, FOR REDUCING THE OBSERVATIONS TO THIRTY-TWO DEGREES FAHRENHEIT. 63 TABLE XVII. THE following Table,...
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Tables, Meteorological and Physical: Prepared for the Smithsonian Institution

Arnold Guyot - Meteorology - 1858 - 636 pages
...TABLE FOB REDUCING TO THE FREEZING POINT THE OBSERVATIONS TAKEN WITH OLD FRENCH BAROMETERS, PROVIDED WITH BRASS SCALES, EXTENDING FROM THE CISTERN TO THE TOP OF THE MERCURIAL COLUMN ; CALCULATED FROM 240 TO 345 LINES, OR FROM 23 INCHES 4 LINES TO 28 INCHES 9 LINES. BY KAEMTZ. 123...
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The Franklin Journal, and American Mechanics' Magazine

1860
...arc of that material, having a short brass scale fixed upon the wooden frame of the instrument. If barometers with brass scales extending from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column are used, then I, representing the linear expansion of brass for 1 F., will be 0-0000104344. By means...
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Practical Meteorology

John Drew - Meteorology - 1860 - 299 pages
...be the degree of humidity required. TABLE VII. — Corrections to be subtracted from the readings of Barometers, with brass scales extending from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column, to reduce the observations to 32 Fahrenheit. TABLE VI. (continued). DW. 72 73 74 75 76...
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