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Old 29th May 2013, 09:55 AM   #22
RussDill
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Originally Posted by madurobob View Post
That all depends on air circulation, proximity of the samples to the equipment, and the location of the thermometer, doesn't it? Or, have you never noticed how much warmer that one corner of your office is because the PC and router are sitting there, even though the middle of the room feels the same as the rest of the building?
Even if they did super accurately control temperature in both rooms, the humidity could have been wildly different. Or something else about the rooms, even though incident light could have been the same, what about reflected light?
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