PhysicsWater cannot be used as a liquid in a thermometer since it has:

Water cannot be used as a liquid in a thermometer since it has:


  1. A
    higher freezing point and low boiling point than other thermometric liquids
  2. B
    lower freezing points and higher boiling point than other thermometric liquids
  3. C
    low specific capacity
  4. D
    transparent color 

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    Solution:

    Water cannot be used as a liquid in a thermometer because it has a higher freezing point and a lower boiling point than other thermometer liquids.
    Water cannot be used as a thermometer liquid because it has a higher freezing point and a lower boiling point than other liquids in general.
    If water is used in a thermometer, it will start phase variation at OoC and 100oC. This will not help in measuring temperature, beyond this range. This range is very negligible as compared to other liquids like mercury which has a freezing point of about -39oC and boiling point 356oC.
     
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