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Physics, 18.10.2019 06:30, ayoismeisalex

Tma2 phy101: elementary mechanics heat and propertie
nou193133485: adewale johnson adewunmi
vou193133485: when the bulb in any liquid in glass thermometer comes in contact with hot object, the liquid inside it
a remain there
b none of the above
c contracts
d expands​

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