Excerpt from The London, Edinburgh, and Dublin Philosophical Magazine and Journal of Science, Vol. 22: Fourth Series; July-December, 1861
In order to compare the thermometer-indications, obtained in using different gases, it was necessary to ensure that the space surrounding ... the vessel A B was always at the same tempera ture. For this purpose the vessel A B, with its thermometer, Philosophical Transactions for 1817, part 1. P. 60. Schweigger's Journal, xx. P. 154.
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