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A capillary tube of 10^-3 m in diameter and 15* 10^-2m long is fitted horizontally to a vessel kept full of alcohol of density 800 kg m^-3. The depth of the axis of the capilary tube below the free surface of alcohol is 0.25m. If viscosity of alcohol is 1.2*10^-3 decapoise, find the amount that will flow in 5 minute.

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please explain me variations in pressure due to atmosphere and all other essential principles on which pressure works? how tides are influenced due to pressure..?
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ALSO TELL ME ABOUT,, triboelectric series..how does that work?/ 

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Tell me about modified pascals law

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cn u provide me the readings of the exp-to observe change of state and plot a cooling curve for molten wax.

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How pressure changes with the change of height..?????
 

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Could you please tell me about venturi meter in simple language?

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What is the difference between guage pressure atmospheric pressure??

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Two solids  P and Q float in water. It is observed that P floats with half its volume immersed and Q floats with 2/3rds of its volume immersed.  What are the ratio of densities of Pand Q? 

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A body weighs 50g in air and 40g in water.how much would it weigh in aliquid of specific gravity 1.5?

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the density of water at a depth where pressure is 80 atm,given that its density at the surface is 1.03 x 10 to the power 3 kg/m cube ?given compressibility of water is 45.8x 10"-11...pa""-1,1atm=1.013 x 10"5

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Find the relation between h and R so that average force on the side walls of a cylinder becomes equal to the force at the bottom.

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Find the approximate height of the mountain.

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Broad straps are provided for bags or suitcases. Why?

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Find the ratio of pressures at height 20 m and 40 m in sea. (Given g = 10 m/s2, density ρ = 1200 kg/m3)

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What will be the pressure in sea at a depth of 20 m? (Given g = 10 m/s2, density ρ = 1200 kg/m3)

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(i) Find the pressure at point X and Y. (ii) If the setup is in equilibrium, find the weight of the load.

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Explain the working of a hydraulic lift?

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Why do carbonated drinks squirt over when shaken and opened?

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When we swim under water, pressure on our body increases as we go deeper, but yet our body is not crushed due to this pressure. Why?

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State Pascal's Law and its applications.

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What are the factors on which the pressure in the liquid at rest depends?

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What is the function of a barometer?

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