Dry-bulb thermometer



[drahy-buhlb] /ˈdraɪˌbʌlb/

noun
1.
a thermometer having a dry bulb: used in conjunction with a wet-bulb thermometer in a psychrometer.
noun
1.
an ordinary thermometer used alongside a wet-bulb thermometer to obtain relative humidity See also psychrometer

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