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Kerosene in the wick of lantern rises up because (a) Of negligible viscosity (b) The diffusion of the oil through the wick (c) Of the surface tension of the oil (d) Wick attracts the kerosene

Kerosene in the wick of lantern rises up because
(a) Of negligible viscosity
(b) The diffusion of the oil through the wick
(c) Of the surface tension of the oil
(d) Wick attracts the kerosene

Grade:12

1 Answers

SAHIL
3783 Points
4 years ago
Kerosene in the wick of lantern rises up because OF THE SURFACE TENSION OF THE OIL
SO CORRECT ANSWER IS {c}
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