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31 August, 18:29

Why does liquid fall as drops?

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  1. 31 August, 18:35
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    Liquid forms drops because the liquid exhibits surface tension ... The surface tension of the liquid causes the liquid to hang from the tube, forming a pendant. When the drop exceeds a certain size it is no longer stable and detaches itself. The falling liquid is also a drop held together by surface tension.
  2. 31 August, 19:40
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    Chases piqued to hang from a tube
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