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Find the increase in pressure required to decrease the volume of a water sample by 0.01%.(bulk modulus of water-2.1*10 to the power 9 N/m2.)
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B = -V dP/dV
=> dP = -B dV/V = - 2.1*109 * (-0.01/100)
= 2.1 * 105 Pa

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Anurag Kishore
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