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# Calculate the gauge pressures inside 2.00-cm-radius ISBN: 9781938168000 42

## Solution for problem 62PE Chapter 11

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Problem 62PE

Problem 62PE

Calculate the gauge pressures inside 2.00-cm-radius bubbles of water, alcohol, and soapy water. Which liquid forms the most stable bubbles, neglecting any effects of evaporation?

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We need to find out the gauge pressure inside a of water, alcohol, and soapy water bubble and which one is more stable.

The gauge pressure is given by, Where is the radius of the bubble and is the surface tension of the liquid.

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