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The Capillary Method
Examines surface tension measurements of pure water, NaCl solutions, and HOAc solutions using the capillary rise technique.
# 53378 | 2,048 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2003 | PH
Published on Oct 25, 2004 in Engineering (General) , Physics (General) , Chemistry (General)


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This paper is a technical report on a laboratory experiment on surface tension measurements using the capillary rise method. Samples are deionized water and varying concentrations of NaCl and of HOAc. Calculations are included in the appendix.

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"Increasing concentrations of HOAc solutions tend to lower surface tension of water, while NaCl solutions increase surface tension of water. The former results to a condition called positive surface concentration, where the solute tend to concentrate slightly in the neighborhood of the surface; the latter is due to negative surface concentration, where the solute molecules become less concentrated in the neighborhood of the surface."

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