There is a soap bubble of radius 2.4 into 10 to the power 4 meter in an air cylider which is originally at a pressure of 10 to the power 5 N/ m square. The air in the cylinder is now compressed uniformly until the radius of the bubbles is halved. Calculate the pressure of air in the cylinder at this juncture. Consider surafce tension of soap film as 0.08 N/m.

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Answered by  | 1st Nov, 2012, 03:53: PM

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