> Q. Assertion : When height of a tube is less than liquid rise in the capillary tube, the liquid does not overflowReason: Product of radius of meniscus and height of liquid in the capillary tube always remain constant – LIVE ANSWER TODAY

Q. Assertion : When height of a tube is less than liquid rise in the capillary tube, the liquid does not overflowReason: Product of radius of meniscus and height of liquid in the capillary tube always remain constant

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Assertion : When height of a tube is less than liquid rise in the capillary tube, the liquid does not overflowReason: Product of radius of meniscus and height of liquid in the capillary tube always remain constant

Solution:

Both assertion and reason are true and reason is the correct explanation of assertion

From equation $hR=frac{2S}{rho g} =$ a finite constant

Hence when the tube is of insufficient length, radius of curvature of the liquid meniscus increases, so as to maintain the product $hR$ a finite constant, i.e., as $h$ decreases, $R$ increases and the liquid meniscus becomes more and more flat, but the liquid does not overflow

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