if a soda bottle is falling freely, will the bubbles in it rise? why?

Asked by soumya mittal | 1st Sep, 2011, 09:00: AM

Expert Answer:

The water in the freely falling bottle is in the state of weightlessness. So the pressure in the water does not increase with depth. Due to this, no upthrust acts on th bubbles. Hence, bubbles will not rise in water.

Answered by  | 1st Sep, 2011, 09:38: AM

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