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  • Article - 10 Oct 2013
    An infrared thermometer is a device that measures the infrared radiation – a type of electromagnetic radiation below the visible spectrum of light - emitted by an object.
  • Article - 10 Oct 2013
    The thermometer was developed over several years by a number of people - Cornelis Drebbel, Robert Fludd, Galileo Galilei and Santorio Santorio. The word thermometer was derived from two Greek word...
  • Article - 13 Oct 2023
    Medical diagnostics sometimes rely on effective and reliable temperature measurements. One device capable of providing those is tympanic ear thermometers, but how accurate are they?
  • Article - 16 Mar 2018
    This article discusses how to measure temperature with thermometers that in past proved difficult.
  • Article - 29 Apr 2017
    A thermocouple is a sensor used for measuring temperature. It comprises of two dissimilar metal wires, which are connected at one end and joined to a thermocouple-thermometer or another...
  • Article - 9 Oct 2013
    Broadly speaking, pyrometers belong to a class of thermometers that are used for measuring only high temperatures. However, today they have been modified to measure low temperatures as well.
  • Article - 25 Oct 2021
    AZoSensors investigates the difference between contact and non-contact temperature sensors, taking a look at the current developments within the field.
  • Article - 24 Aug 2017
    Temperature is measured by an infrared intemperature probe by detecting the infrared energy produced by all materials which are at temperatures higher than absolute zero, (0 °K).
  • Article - 4 Feb 2020
    Thermal analysis refers to any technique for the study of materials that involves thermal control. Measurements are usually made on the basis of an increase or decrease in temperature.
  • Article - 22 Jan 2024
    Explore the evolution of bolometers in materials science, from infrared detection to advanced graphene-based designs for sensitive radiation measurement.
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