Origin of psychrometer
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Twelve ordinary standard (psychrometer-) thermometers, divided to fifths of a degree (Centigrade).The South Pole, Volumes 1 and 2
To overcome this difficulty another form of psychrometer has been devised.
The psychrometer is seen inside the shelter on the right in Fig. 2.
The humidity of the air was observed both by August's psychrometer and Saussure's hygrometer.The Voyage of the Vega round Asia and Europe, Volume I and Volume II
The form of hygrometer most commonly met with at meteorological stations is called a psychrometer.Meteorology
Charles Fitzhugh Talman
"instrument to measure moisture in the atmosphere," 1749, from Latinized form of Greek psykhros "cold" + -meter.