An instrument for measuring humidity.
An instrument for measuring humidity.Found on http://www.bbc.co.uk/weather/weatherwise/glossary/h.shtml
- measuring instrument for measuring the relative humidity of the atmosphereFound on http://www.webdictionary.co.uk/definition.php?query=hygrometer
A tool for measuring the humidity of the air. See also: Humidity.Found on http://www.diracdelta.co.uk/science/source/h/y/hygrometer/source.html
An instrument giving the humidity of the air at any instant.
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An instrument for measuring humidity. Often confused with a hydrometer.
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Any instrument for measuring humidity. Found on http://www.flowmeterdirectory.com/flowmeter_technical_glossary/flowmeter_te
[ Greek ... wet, moist + -meter
: confer French hygromètre
An instrument for measuring the degree of moisture of the atmosphere. Daniell's hygrometer
, a form of hygrometer consisting of a bent glass tube terminating in two bulbs, the ...
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<physics> An instrument for measuring the degree of moisture of the atmosphere. Daniell's hygrometer, a form of hygrometer consisting of a bent glass tube terminating in two bulbs, the one covered with muslin, the other of black glass, and containing ether and a thermometer. Ether being poured on the muslin, the black ball, cooled by the evap...
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noun measuring instrument for measuring the relative humidity of the atmosphere
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(hi-grom´ә-tәr) an instrument for measuring atmospheric moisture.
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• (n.) An instrument for measuring the degree of moisture of the atmosphere.
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instrument used in meteorological science to measure the humidity, or amount of water vapour in the air. Several major types of hygrometers are used ... [2 related articles]
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hygrometer 1. A measuring instrument for measuring the relative humidity of the atmosphere. 2. Any of several instruments that measure atmospheric humidity. The most common type of hygrometer consists of two, side-by-side mercury or electronic thermometers, one of which has a dry bulb, and one of which has a bulb wrapped with a wet cotton or line...
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A gauge which indicates the level of humidity within a humidor. The ideal reading for cigar storage is: 72-74 relative humidity
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An instrument which measures the water vapor content in the atmosphere. There are several different means of transduction used in measuring this quantity and hence various types of hygrometers. These are: a) the psychrometer, which utilizes the thermodynamic method; b) the class of instruments which depends upon a change of physical dimension due t...
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An instrument for measuring atmospheric humidity.
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An instrument for measuring the humidity of air
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An instrument that measures the water vapor content of the atmosphere. Related term: psychrometer
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An instrument that measures the water vapour content of the atmosphere
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hygrometer (hīgrom'utur) , instrument used to measure the moisture content of a gas, as in determining the relative humidity of air. The temperature at which dew or frost forms is a measure of the absolute humidity—the weight of water vapor per unit volume of air or other gas at the ...
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A hygrometer is an instrument used to measure atmospheric humidity. A simple form of hygrometer, used in houses and offices, utilises the change in length in an organic fibre (often a human hair) brought about by the absorption of moisture. The fibre tends to lengthen in damp air, and the apparatus is so arranged that the change in length of the fi...
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Type: Term Pronunciation: hī-grom′ĕ-tĕr Definitions: 1. Any device for measuring the water vapor in the atmosphere, usually indicating relative humidity directly.
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Any instrument for measuring the humidity, or water vapour content, of a gas (usually air). A wet and dry bulb hygrometer consists of two vertical thermometers, with one of the bulbs covered in absorbent cloth dipped into water. As the water evaporates, the bulb cools, producing a temperature differe...
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A tool for measuring the moisture content of wood. The hygrometer has two metal pin-like probes which are pressed into the wood. An electrical current is passed between the probes with the strength of the current dependent upon the moisture in the wood. This gives a moisture reading expressed as a percentage.
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