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If mustard oil and water are dropped out from a tube separately, the mustard oil comes out later than water. Why?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 01 Aug, 2014, 11:02: AM
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If mustard oil and water are dropped out from a tube separately, the mustard oil comes out later than water because the coefficient of viscosity of mustard oil is very large as compared to the coefficient of viscosity of water. Hence, water rushes out quickly than mustard oil.

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