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Rain drops are spherical in shape because of (a) Surface tension (b) Capillary (c) Downward motion (d) Acceleration due to gravity

Rain drops are spherical in shape because of
(a) Surface tension
(b) Capillary
(c) Downward motion
(d) Acceleration due to gravity

Grade:12

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SAHIL
3778 Points
5 years ago
Raindrops start to form in a roughly spherical structure due to the surface tension of water. This surface tension is the "skin" of a body of water that makes the molecules stick together. The cause is the weak hydrogen bonds that occur between water molecules.H

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