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Problem 2.63

By measuring the capillary rise in a tube, one can calculate ;he surface tension. The surface tension of water varies linearly i th temperature from 0.0756 N/m at 0C to 0.0589 N/ m at l00C. Size a tube (specify diameter and length) that uses capillary rise of water to measure temperature in the range from _ c to I 00C. Is this design for a thermometer a good idea?

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Week 10 Tuesday, November 1, 2016 11:00 AM • Mag field(MF)- produced from moving charges ○ Symbol: B (vector quantity) ○ Dir given by N pole of compass needle  MF lines come out of N pole  MF lines go in S pole • MF for bar magnet- dir N pole would point • Dip angle- angle btwn horizontal and dir of MF ○ Needle horiz at equator,...

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