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A capillary glass tube of uniform bore contains a thread of mercury 1 m long at 0℃. When temperature is raised to 100℃, the thread is found to be 16.5 mm longer. If the coefficient of real expansion of mercury is 18.2 × 10^-5 /℃, then what will be the coefficient of linear expansion of glass?

A capillary glass tube of uniform bore contains a thread of mercury 1 m long at 0℃. When temperature is raised to 100℃, the thread is found to be 16.5 mm longer. If the coefficient of real expansion of mercury is 18.2 × 10^-5 /℃, then what will be the coefficient of linear expansion of glass?

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Rituraj Tiwari
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one year ago
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