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The volume of a liquid of density ? and viscocity ? flowing in time T through a capillary tube of length L and radius R with a pressure difference P across its ends is proportional to

The volume of a liquid of density ? and viscocity ? flowing in time T through a capillary tube of length L and radius R with a pressure difference P across its ends is proportional to

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Pratham Ashish
17 Points
13 years ago

hi sneha.

apply poissule's eqn (we can apply it in case of capilary),

Q = pi*R^4*(P)*density/8*L*visc

V/T = Q ,

V is proportional to density/ viscosity

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