5 difference between clinical and laboratory thermometer

The differences between clinical and laboratory thermometer are as follows:

Clinical thermometer

(a) Temperature range is 350 to 420C
(b) Used to measure human body temperature
(c) It has kink, which prevents immediate backflow of mercury
(d) Simple device used in homes, hospitals and clinics
(e) Use of mercury is most actively discouraged

Laboratory thermometer

(a) Temperature range is -100 to 1100C
(b) Used to measure temperature in the laboratory
(c) It does not have a kink
(d) Complex device used in laboratories
(e) Use of mercury is less dangerous

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