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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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History and Description of Mr. Tebbutt's Observatory, Windsor, New South Wales

John Tebbutt - Astronomical observatories - 1887 - 74 pages
...8vo., Sydney, 1860—65. Table of the Corrections for Temperature to reduce observations to 32° Faht., for barometers with brass scales extending from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column, by J. Glaisher, FE8., &c. 8vo., London, 1856. Hygrométrie Tables adapted to the use of Negretti and Zambra's...
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Instructions in the Use of Meteorological Instruments

Robert Henry Scott - 1888 - 118 pages
...Fifth Report of Standards Commission, p. 186.) В 5Э629. TABLE I. — 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 g INCHES. | 24-0 24-5 25-0 25-5 26-0 26-5 27-0 27-5...
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Catalogue of the Library

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain). Library - 1891 - 214 pages
...forms observed between snow crystals and those of camphor. (Microsc. Journ. IV. 1856.) Table of the corrections for temperature to reduce observations...from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column. 8°. London, 1856. On the meteorological and physical effects of the solar eclipse of March 15, 1858....
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Handbook of Public Health and Demography

Edward Francis Willoughby - Demography - 1893 - 509 pages
...mercury and of brass, the material of the scale, by Schuhmacher-s formula. The results, as applied to barometers with brass scales extending from the cistern to the top of the tube, are given in the table following for 27 and 30 inches and for every 10° F. Corrections for intermediate...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 30

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1904
...between Snow Crystals and those of Camphor. J. Microsc. Sci., London, 4, 1856 (203-205). Table of the corrections for temperature to reduce observations...from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column. 8°. London, 1856. 2nd ed., 1880. 3rd ed., 1880. Determination of the Mean Temperature of every day...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volume 30

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorology - 1904
...between Snow Crystals and those of Camphor. J. Microsc. Sci., London, 4, 1856 (203.205). Table of the corrections for temperature to reduce observations...from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column. 8°. London, 1856. 2nd ed., 1880. 3rd ed., 1880. Determination of the Mean Temperature of every day...
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The London, Edinburgh and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science

Physics - 1882
...Society of London. TAYLOR and FRANCIS, Red Lion Court, Fleet Street, EC New Edition, price Is. TABLE OF CORRECTIONS FOR TEMPERATURE to Reduce Observations to 32° Fahrenheit for Barometers, with Brass Scale* extending from the Cistern to the top of the Mercurial Column. By JAMES GLAISHER, FRS TAYLOR...
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Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, Volumes 30-31

Royal Meteorological Society (Great Britain) - Meteorolgy - 1904
...between Snow Crystals and those of Camphor. /. Microsc. Sci., London, 4, 1856 (203-205). Table of the corrections for temperature to reduce observations...from the cistern to the top of the mercurial column. 8°. London, 1856. 2nd ed., 1880. 3rd ed., 1880. Determination of the Mean Temperature of every day...
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Journal of the Franklin Institute

Electronic journals - 1860
...are 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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