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# A capillary tube is partially dipped vertically in a vessel containing water. Due to capillarity  water rises in the tube. The height of water rise in the tube can be increased by

 A) decreasing the radius of the capillary tube B) increasing the radius of the capillary tube C) increasing the height of water in the vessel D) None of these

Explanation:

The water rise in a capillary tube dipped in water is such that the weight of water in the tube above the surface of water in the vessel is equal to (balances) the upward force due to surface tension. So it is clear that if the the bore (radius) to the tube is decreased, the height of the water column in it must be greater.  So, (a) is correct.

Subject: Physics
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If the velocity of a body is doubled its momentum ________________.

 A) remains same B) doubles C) becomes half D) becomes 4 times

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A body of mass 8 kg is moving with a velocity of 4 m/s, find its momentum.

 A) 2 B) 64 C) 32 D) 4

Explanation:

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0 6862
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Ozone at the higher level of the atmosphere is a product of ______ acting on oxygen molecules.

Explanation:

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'Torr' is a unit of _______.

 A) force B) energy C) power D) pressure

Explanation:

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What is the velocity of sound in air?

 A) 343 m/sec B) 110 m/sec C) 220 m/sec D) 232 m/sec

Explanation:

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The power of a lens is —2.5 D. The type of lens and its focal length are respectively:

 A) Convex, -0.40 m B) Concave, -0.40 m C) Concave, 0.40 m D) Convex, 0.40 m

Explanation:

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Which one of the following is the unit of force?

 A) Pascal B) Watt C) Joule D) Newton

Explanation:

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Which of the following are Mechanical waves?

 A) X rays B) Radio waves C) Microwaves D) Sound waves