16. Which of the following statements best describes the
metals used in Harrison’s clock?
F. The metals were identical so that they would
respond consistently to changes in conditions at
G. The metals were different so that their changes in
response to conditions at sea would counteract
H. The metals that remained stable in response to
temperature changes were encased in metals that
were impervious to rust.
J. The metals expanded and contracted in ways that
were counteracted by changes in the parts made of