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The Galileo thermometer: why do the bubbles float in the middle of the tube?
If the water were uniform temperature, it would have uniform density, so a bubble should either be all the way at the top (if it's lighter than water) or all the way at the bottom (if heavier). But in ...
Mar 3 '11 at 2:48
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