Rise and fall of capillary action


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Dec12-12, 07:36 PM
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Assume that I have capillary of radius 0.08 cm.

I want to test this capillary for capillary rise action.

Formula will be

T=hrgρ/2cosθ

what will be the rise for water.. ( please tell me the calculated value)

And, what will be the fall in mercury. ( How to show it negative as its height falls in capillary.

I also want the calculated value of height of water rise in radius of 0.08 cm or of any radius,
with same radius I need the capillary rise in mercury, glycerin, and two to three other liquids..

Atleast, provide me the 5 liquids with their imp. values for calculation such as θ, ρ, and surface tension..

Thnx in advance, and please, be fast, cause I need it in under 12 hours..
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Dec13-12, 06:15 AM
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No answer?? Please be hurry..
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Dec22-12, 11:55 AM
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