If I have some water in a thin (on the order of micrometer or nanometer even) cylinder, a meniscus will form due to hydrodynamics and surface tension effects. There will be some characteristic height of the meniscus above the surface of the "bulk" water. Let's call this height "h". If I make the cylinder wider, say, to a macroscopic dimension, will this height "h" remain the same or change? Please offer a reference if possible! Thanks!