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[en] When the temperatures of fluids are measured using thermocouples or resistance thermometers, the temperature actually recorded is that of the probe. This differs from the true temperature of the fluid by an amount dependent on the relation between the rate of heat transfer from the fluid to the probe, and the heat loss from the probe by radiation and conductions when the heat losses are great and the heat transfer coefficient small, the temperature of the probe is considerably lower than that of the gas.