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A thin liquid film formed between a U-shaped wire and a light slider supports a weight of 1.5 x10â€“2N (see figure). The length of the slider is 30 cm and its weight negligible. The surface tension of the liquid film is

• 0.0125 Nm-1

• 0.1 Nm-1

• 0.05 Nm-1

• 0.025 Nm-1

D.

0.025 Nm-1

The force of surface tension acting on the slider balances the force due to the weight.

â‡’F = 2Tl = w
â‡’2T(0.3) = 1.5 x 10â€“2
â‡’T = 2.5 x 10â€“2 N/m

The force of surface tension acting on the slider balances the force due to the weight.

â‡’F = 2Tl = w
â‡’2T(0.3) = 1.5 x 10â€“2
â‡’T = 2.5 x 10â€“2 N/m

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