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1. Homework Statement
2. Homework Equations
3. The Attempt at a Solution
Honestly, I don't have any idea on this. As far as I remember, the usual practice is to equate the excess pressure equal to ##2T/R## (where T is the surface tension and R is the radius of curvature, this may be wrong though) but I don't know how should I calculate the excess pressure here.
At height h below the surface of liquid, is the pressure ##P_o+\rho_1gh## or ##P_o+\rho_2gh##? (##P_o## is the atmospheric pressure)
Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
2. Homework Equations
3. The Attempt at a Solution
Honestly, I don't have any idea on this. As far as I remember, the usual practice is to equate the excess pressure equal to ##2T/R## (where T is the surface tension and R is the radius of curvature, this may be wrong though) but I don't know how should I calculate the excess pressure here.
At height h below the surface of liquid, is the pressure ##P_o+\rho_1gh## or ##P_o+\rho_2gh##? (##P_o## is the atmospheric pressure)
Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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