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The specific volume of mercury is given by the equation. V=specific volume V(T) = V(0 C)*(1+(1.82*10^-4)T + (7.8*10^-9)T^2) in degrees celsius Suppose you take an unlabeled mecury-in-glass- thermometer, mark 0.01C and 100C for the triple point and normal boiling point of water, and then place intermediate temperature points by linear interpolation. Because the non-linear expansion of mercury, your temperature scale will differ a little from the true Celsius scale. What is the maximum error of the linearly marked thermometer?
Thermodynamics
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