Which liquid is used in an aneroid barometer?

A. Mercury
B. Alcohol
C. Water
D. None

An aneroid barometer is an instrument used for measuring pressure as a method that does not involve liquid. Invented in 1844 by French scientist Lucien Vidi, the aneroid barometer uses a small, flexible metal box called an aneroid cell (capsule), which is made from an alloy of beryllium and copper.

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