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How is Atmospheric Pressure Measured?

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Atmospheric pressure is measured by an instrument called Barometer using mercury. On average, at sea level, standard value of atmospheric pressure is 1013.25 millibars. The barometer measures air pressure by pushing down on mercury, which pushes it
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