Difference between manometer and barometer

Barometer Manometer
A barometer is an instrument used to measure the air pressure as it varies with distance either above or below sea level. A manometer is used for measuring the liquid pressure with respect to an outside source which is usually considered to be the earth’s atmosphere.
Types of Barometer:

  • Mercury barometer
  • Aneroid barometer
Types of manometer:

  • U-tube Manometer
  • Enlarged Leg Manometer
  • Well Type Manometer
  • Inclined Tube Manometer

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