The whole was kept at an even temperature, and correction was made for barometric influence.
Unfortunately, the matter was one not to be settled by argument but by the Bourse, which has a barometric reasoning of its own.
There were also two barometric tubes registering the lowest pressure, as well as thermometers and other scientific instruments.
Thirteen cubic feet of free air at normal temperature and barometric pressure weigh about one pound.
Pour mercury into the tube until the difference in level bd is just equal to the barometric height, approximately 32 inches.
Such forms, however, are subject to the influence of barometric pressure and an alteration of 0.5 in.
The average height of the barometric column is 30 inches at sea-level.
These bright harsh days of barometric high pressure in England rouse and thwart every expectation of the happiness of spring.
During a rise of barometric pressure such wells are sometimes observed to suck.
Sir Isaac Newton was intensely interested in the hygrometric and barometric proceedings of the Danaids.