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Do intermolecular or inter-atomic forces follow inverse square law?

No. Intermolecular and inter-atomic forces do not obey the inverse square law.
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Due to capillary action, the liquid rises into the tube. The angle of contact of liquid with tube is _________

Acute
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The Bernoulli's theorem is a consequence of _________

Conservation of energy.
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State and prove Pascal's law.

If some pressure is applied at any point of incompressible liquid then the same pressure is transmitted to all the points of liquid and on the walls of the container.

Let us imagine an arbitrary right angled prismatic volume in the liquid of density ρ in equilibrium as shown in figure.

The area of faces ABFE, ABDC and CDFE are ad, bd and cd respectively. Let the pressure of liquid on faces ABFE, ABDC and CDFE be P1, Pand P3 respectively. The pressure of liquid exerts the force normal to the surface. Let us assume pressure P1exerts the force F\ on the surface ABFE, pressure P2 exerts the force F2 on the surface ABDC and pressure P3 exerts force on the surface CDFE. Since the prism is in equilibrium, therefore net force on the prism is zero. Thus Hence the Pascal's law is proved.

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What is hydraulic lift? What is its principle? Discuss its working.

Hydraulic lift is a machine used to multiply the force and it is based on Pascal law.

Hydraulic lift consists of two cylinders of different cross-sectional areas connected with a pipe. The cylinders are filled with incompressible liquid and frictionless pistons are fitted in both the cylinders as shown in figure. Let a and A be the area of cross-section of smaller piston and bigger piston respectively. The load to be lifted is placed on bigger cross-section and effort is applied on smaller piston. Let a force f be applied on the smaller piston. The pressure exerted by f on piston is, According to Pascal law, the pressure transmitted to bigger piston is also P. Thus force on bigger piston is, i.e. The transmitted force gets multiplied by factor η of applied force.

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Obtain an expression for the pressure exerted by liquid column.

Let us consider a liquid of density ρ in a vessel as shown in figure. Let us find the pressure difference between two points A and B separated by vertical height h.

To evaluate the pressure difference between A and B, consider an imaginary cubiod of area of cross-section a of liquid with upper and lower cap passing through A and B respectively. The volume of the imaginary cylinder is,.

V=ah

Mass of liquid of imaginary cylinder is,

m = ρah Let P1 and P2 be the pressure on the upper and lower face of cylinder. The different forces acting on the imaginary cylinder are:

(i) weight mg = ρahg in vertically downward direction.

(ii) Downward thrust of F1 =P1a on upper cap.

(iii) Upward thrust of F2 = P2a on lower face. As the imaginary cylinder in the liquid is in equilibrium, therefore the net force on the cylinder is zero, i.e. Thus the pressure difference between two points separated vertically by height h in the presence of gravity is ρgh. In the absence of gravity this pressure difference becomes zero.

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