An air bubble of radius 0.1 mm is moving upwards in water with a velocity of 0.35 cm/s. If the density of water is and gravitational acceleration is 9.8 m/s2 and the density of the air is negligible, then find out the coefficient of viscosity of water.
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By Stokes’ law, the terminal velocity of air bubble of radius r in water is given by
where is the density of air, is the density of water and is the coefficient of viscosity of water. here .
Here v is negative. Substituting the given values
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