sir/madam I have a question. Why is the pressure on the concave side always greater than that on the convex side?? Does this hold true in all cases??

Asked by shravan s | 2nd Dec, 2013, 11:44: AM

Expert Answer:

The statement is incorrect. The pressure on the convex side is always greater than the pressure on the concave side. This is true for all liquid-gas interfaces.

Answered by Romal Bhansali | 2nd Dec, 2013, 12:34: PM

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