# PHYSICS!!!

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A certain fluid has a density of 1045 kg/m3 and is observed to rise to a height of 2.4 cm in a 1.0-mm-diameter tube. The contact angle between the wall and the fluid is zero. Calculate the surface tension of the fluid.

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