## Question

### Solution

Correct option is

10 g

Mass of water in first tube is

Now, surface tension,

Where h’ is the height to which water rises in the second tube and r’ its radius. Since r’ = 2r.h’ = h/2. Therefore, the mass of water of water in the second capillary tube is

= 2m

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#### SIMILAR QUESTIONS

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