Two capillary tubes of diameters 5.0 mm and 4.0 mm are held vertically inside water one by one. How much high the water will rise in each tube? (g = 9.8 N kg–1, surface tension of water )
Height of water-column in a capillary of radius r is given by
where T is surface tension, is density and is angle of contact of water-glass which can be assumed 0 (cos 0 = 1).
For the first tube, r = 3.5 mm = 2.5 10–3 m.
According to eq. (i), for the same liquid, we have
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