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the liquid inside a galileo thermometer is NOT WATER. It is KEROSENE. I just broke mine last night. It smelled like kerosene to me. So after I soaked up the fluid with rags, I tossed them into the fireplace to see what would happen. Guess what, they burned like rags soaked in kerosene. Very volatile stuff. I won’t have one in my house again.


What is the liquid inside a galileo thermometer? What steps should be taken if one breaks? ... Update: The cylinder broke in my kitchen and spilled into one of my utensil drawers. I don't think any of the glass cylinders broke because all of the liquid was clear. It had a very strong odor, so I don't think it was water. ... How do you dispose ...


The liquid in such a thermometer is mercury, which can be extremely harmful to the human body if ingested. Even its vapor should be avoided. If mercury from any source is found to have been ...


Rare Vintage Large 27" Hanging Galileo Thermometer brass - Bubbles In Glass. Condition is Used. This is a rare Galileo thermometer. I've only seen one other quite this size. If you look at the picture...

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Page 4/11 Safety Data Sheet according to 1907/2006/EC (REACH), 1272/2008/EC (CLP), and GHS Printing date 26.06.2014 Revision: 26.06.2014 Trade name: Oil of Galileo Thermometer (Contd. of page 3) 38.0.33 Later observation for pneumonia and pulmonary oedema. Medical supervision for at least 48 hours. If necessary oxygen respiration treatment.


A Galileo thermometer (or Galilean thermometer) is a thermometer made of a sealed glass cylinder containing a clear liquid and several glass vessels of varying density. The individual floats rise or fall in proportion to their respective density and the density of the surrounding liquid as the temperature changes,


This observation led to the creation of the Galileo thermometer, a glass tube filled with liquid and liquid-filled glass spheres each with a designated temperature reading. As the density of the liquid in the tube changes with rising and falling temperatures, the glass spheres rise or sink in relation to those changes, indicating current ...

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MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET Galileo Thermometer Page 2 of 3 SECTION 7 HANDLING AND STORAGE Handling Wear appropriate protective clothing and safety gloves. Avoid contact with eyes, skin. Avoid inhalation. Mechanical exhaust required. Keep away from ignition sources, heat and flame. Incompatibilities: strong oxidizing agents and foods.


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Galileo Thermometer When temperature rises, the liquid inside the glass thermometer becomes less dense and the liquid-filled bulbs will sink. When the temperature drops, the liquid inside the thermometer becomes more dense and the liquid-filled bulbs will float. Temperature A. The temperature is determined by the lowest floating bulb in