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There are two glass spheres (each containing some ideal gas) connected by a thin horizontal glass tube ( of cross section A ) containg a small amount of mercury exactly at the middle of the tube. Both the spheres are at the same temperature T such that the system is in equilibrium. Temperature of the smaller sphere is now increased by t (t (Radius of smaller sphere is R and of the larger one is 2R)


There are two glass spheres (each containing some ideal gas) connected by a thin horizontal glass tube ( of cross section A ) containg a small amount of mercury exactly at the middle of the tube. Both the spheres  are at the same temperature T such that the system is in equilibrium. Temperature of the smaller sphere is now increased by t (t<

(Radius of smaller sphere is R and of the larger one is 2R)


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