# None of these 3 the meniscus is convex and the

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None of these3.the meniscus is convex and the cohesiveforces are stronger than the adhesive forces.4.the meniscus is convex and the adhesiveforces are stronger than the cohesive forces.5.the meniscus is concave and the cohesiveforces are stronger than the adhesive forces.Explanation:Forces between molecules within a liquidare called cohesive forces.Forces of attrac-tion between a liquid and a surface are calledadhesive forces.In liquid mercury in a testtube cohesive forces are stronger than adhe-sive forces; thus a convex meniscus forms.020
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10.0 pointsWhich one of the following substances is IN-CORRECTLY matched with the kind of solidthat it forms?
02110.0 pointsWhich one of the following statements is NOTapplicable to covalent network solids?
huynh (hph268) – Homework 8 – Sutcliffe – (52380)6have very high melting points.