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Physical quantities

Conversion of units

Length

Length-Measurement Micrometer Micrometer - Pitch
Micrometer - Least count Micrometer - Zero error Micrometer - Data Table
Time Multiples / submultiples of time Stop-clock
Standard form Parallalax error Simple pendulum
Amplitude of simple pendulum Time period of simple pendulum Frequency of simple pendulum
 

Micrometer

Micrometer is used for more accurate measurements of the small lengths. e.g measuring the diameter of a wire or thickness of a small plate.

A micrometer screw gauge consists of a fine screw of usually 1 ot 0.5 mm pitch, which moves when rotated through a nut as shown in the fig.

There are two scales, the linear millimeter scale is parallel to the axis of the screw and the circular scale at the end of the screw is divided in to 100 or 50 equal parts, so that when the screw is turned through one division, it moves through 100th or 50th part of its pitch as the case may be.

To use the micrometer we have to know the following things.

Pitch of the micrometer screwgauge

Least count of the micrometer screwgauge

Zero error

How to make the data table to record the values

 
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shaheer salim Said :
there s a mistake its 1cm(square) = 100 mm(square)
 
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