Aneroid barometer

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An instrument for measuring atmospheric pressure, built first by Lucien Vidie in about 1843. Basically, variation in pressure with changes in altitude is determined by the movements of the elastic top of a metallic box from which the air has been partly exhausted. Used generally in measuring altitude. AGI
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