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When a liquid rises inside a capillary tube, the weight of the liquid in the capillary tube is supported (a) Entirely by atmospheric pressure (b) Entirely by the force due to surface tension (c) Partly by the force due to surface tension and partly by atmospheric pressure (d) Entirely due to the upward component of the reaction (R) to the surface tension

When a liquid rises inside a capillary tube, the weight of the liquid in the capillary tube is supported
(a) Entirely by atmospheric pressure
(b) Entirely by the force due to surface tension
(c) Partly by the force due to surface tension and partly by atmospheric pressure
(d) Entirely due to the upward component of the reaction (R) to the surface tension

Grade:12

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SAHIL
3778 Points
5 years ago
When a liquid rises inside a capillary tube, the weight of the liquid in the capillary tube is supported  Entirely due to the upward component of the reaction (R) to the surface tension
SO CORRECt ANSWER IS D

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