The surface tension of water at 298k is 72.73x10³Nm. How will water rise in capillary...

The surface tension of water at 298k is 72.73x10³Nm. How will water rise in capillary of diameter 0.01cm?

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MUSTAFA
3 months ago
Surface Tension, T = rhρg/2
diameter, d = 0.01cm, r = 0.005cm = 5 × 10‐⁵m
=> h = 2T/rρg
h = 2 × 72.73x10³ ÷ (5 × 10‐⁵ × 1000 × 10)
h = 290.92 × 10³m = 290.92 Km
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