The depth of any liquid in any container is directly related to the width of that container. The narrower the container, the higher will be the mark of the liquid; the wider the container, the shallower will be the mark. A barely measurable amount in a container a foot wide might be an inch or more in a container only a half-inch wide. How was all of this worked out, and to what standardization?
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