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THERMOMETERS IN THE EIGHTEENTH CENTURY: J. B. MICHELI DU CREST'S WORKS AND THE COOPERATION WITH G.F. BRANDER

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Jacques Barthlmy Micheli du Crest propose nel 1741 un termometro che acquist all'epoca molta fama. Questo articolo esamina il contributo di Micheli alla standardizzazione dei termometri, sottolineando anche l'influenza che esercitarono le idee di Micheli su Jean Antoine Nollet e sullo sviluppo dei cosiddetti termometri di Raumur.

Georg Friederich Brander, costruttore di strumenti scientifici ad Augsburg, si occup di costruire e vendere i termometri di Micheli. I rapporti fra Brander e Micheli sono illustrati attraverso la loro corrispondenza, inedita fino ad ora. Viene inoltre esaminato uno dei pochi termometri di Micheli costruiti da Brander tuttora esistenti.

Affiliations: 1: Universita di Padova

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2016-12-03

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