Why the pressure of liquid in a closed vessel not greater than that of the atmosphere?
Asked by devanshu_jain | 12th Oct, 2010, 04:32: PM
Its not possible for the molecules inside the liquid to exert the pressure greater than the atmospheric pressure and if they do so they wont be count in the liquid state and will state in the vapor state.
Answered by | 12th Oct, 2010, 11:17: PM
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