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If p1 and p2 are the pressures in the broader and narrower tubes of radii r1and r2 respectively, the pressure just below the meniscus in the respective tubes will be  So that,  Assuming the angle of contact to be zero, i.e., radius of meniscus equal to that of capillary,  #### SIMILAR QUESTIONS

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