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CAPILLARY ACTION - MOVEMENT OF WATER<br />
Its Interaction With the Walls of A Thin Tube<br />
Water climbs up a thin glass tube because of the strong hydrogen-bonding interactions between the water and the oxygens at the surface of the glass (SiO2), climbing higher in the smaller diameter tube.

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CAPILLARY ACTION - MOVEMENT OF WATER
Its Interaction With the Walls of A Thin Tube
Water climbs up a thin glass tube because of the strong hydrogen-bonding interactions between the water and the oxygens at the surface of the glass (SiO2), climbing higher in the smaller diameter tube.

Copyright:© 1987 Ken Kay - Fundamental Photographs

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