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They must have a symbology for the calibration of scientific instruments.

They certainly must have a symbology for the calibration of scientific instruments.

The methods of standardization or calibration employed have much in common even in the cases that appear most diverse.

The same method in a more elaborate form is employed in the calibration of a series of multiples or submultiples of any unit.

The calibration of a mercury thermometer intended for work of precision is best effected after it has been sealed.

The simplest method is that known as the method of Gay Lussac in the calibration of mercurial thermometers or tubes of small bore.

The calibration of a slide-wire, however, is much less troublesome than that of a thermometer tube for several reasons.

The calibration of all temperature-sensitive radio transmitters drifted over time.

The whole of the firing was therefore carried out from the map and by calibration.

He began to turn its center dial, at first a quarter circle, and then all the way to the final backstop of the calibration.

WORD ORIGIN

1854, noun of action from calibrate.

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