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What increase in pressure will be needed to decrebthe volume of 1 m^3 of water by 10 cc. The bulk modulus of water is 0.21*10^10 N/m2

What increase in pressure will be needed to decrebthe volume of 1 m^3 of water by 10 cc.
The bulk modulus of water is 0.21*10^10 N/m2
 

Grade:12

1 Answers

Harshit Singh
askIITians Faculty 5965 Points
10 months ago
Dear Student

Increase in pressure=(ΔV​/V)B
= (10 cc/1m3) x0.21*10^10 N/m2
since 10 cc = 10-5 m3
Increase in pressure=0.21*105
Thanks

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