Mercury is poured into a U-tube as shown in Figure a. The left arm of the tube h

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Jun 11th, 2015

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a) 200g = 200cc. volume, so height of water column = (200/4.70) = 42.55cm.(density water = 1g/cc)

b) 200g. of mercury will be displaced. Its volume = (200/13.6) = 14.7cc.

Height mercury rises = (14.7/10.2) = 1.441cm.

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a) 100g = 100cc. volume, so height of water column = (200/4.70) = 21.28cm.(density water = 1g/cc)

b) 200g. of mercury will be displaced. Its volume = (200/13.6) = 7.35cc.

Height mercury rises = (14.7/10.2) = 0.721cm.


Jun 11th, 2015

A is correct but B is not correct

Jun 11th, 2015

A is correct but B is not correct

Jun 11th, 2015

A is correct but B is not correct

Jun 11th, 2015

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