# on what factors does the surface tension depends?

The factors which affects the surface tension are:

1- Temperature

2- Surface Area

3- External Pressure

4- Viscosity

5- Concentration

6- Intermolecular Forces

7- Hydrogen Bonding

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explain factors affectng surface tenion

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surface tension depends upon temperature and pressure
S.T.  decreases with increase in Temp. because force acting per unit length decreases due to increase in K>E
whereas S.T. increases with increase in external pressure because the force of attraction will increase
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temp
surface area
ext pressure
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The factors which affects the surface tension are

1- Temperature

2- Surface Area

3- External Pressure

4- Viscosity

5- Concentration

6- Intermolecular Forces

7- Hydrogen Bonding

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Temperature and pressure
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temprture pressure
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The answer is around 35 and 36.021...The reason being We cannot take V as 22.4 litre.. Because then it means we took STP conditions..And we have to find the pressure itself...So assuming pressure as 1 is no where near correct ..Hope this helps ☺️..This is one of very good questions asked in jee based on real gases
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Hope this helps u

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temprature and pressure

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Surface tension is directly proportional to attractive forces & inversely proportional to temperature.
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it depends on the attractive forces
and inversely proportional to the temperature
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Gravity and Inclination
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surface tension depends on the nature of the liquid, temperature and pressure.
liquids have larger surface tension coz the molecules are large so the intermolecular force is attractive.

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As temperature decreases, surface tension increases. Conversely, as surface tension decreases strong; as molecules become more active with an increase in temperature becoming zero at its boiling point and vanishing at critical temperature. Adding chemicals to a liquid will change its surface tension characteristic
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Surface tension is caused by the effects of intermolecular forces at the interface. Surface tension depends on the nature of the liquid, the surrounding environment and temperature. Liquids were molecules have large attractive intermolecular forces will have a large surface tension.
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As temperature decreases, surface tension increases. Conversely, as surface tension decreases strong; as molecules become more active with an increase intemperature becoming zero at its boiling point and vanishing at critical temperature. Adding chemicals to a liquid will change its surface tension characteristics.
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Obviously its Temperature and Pressure
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As?temperature?decreases, surface tension increases. Conversely, as surface tension decreases strong; as molecules become more active with an increase in temperature?becoming zero at its boiling point and vanishing at critical?temperature. Adding chemicals to a liquid will change its surface tension characteristics.
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Factors on which surface tension depends are:-
1.Temperature
2.Surface area
3.Viscosity
4.Pressure(External)
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As temperature decreases, surface tension increases. Conversely, as surface tension decreases strong; as molecules become more active with an increase in temperature becoming zero at its boiling point and vanishing at critical temperature. Adding chemicals to a liquid will change its surface tension characteristics
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The factors which affects the surface tension are:?

1- Temperature?

2- Surface Area?

3- External Pressure?

4- Viscosity?

5- Concentration?

6- Intermolecular Forces?

7- Hydrogen Bonding

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Surface tension depends on the nature of the body
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Nature of liquid and radius of tube!
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Surface tension depends upon the TEMPRATURE and PRESSURE,

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Surface tension depends on the nature of the liquid, the surrounding environment and temperature.liquids were molecules have large attractive intermolecular forces will have a large surface tension
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As?surface tension?increases, intermolecular forces increase. Oxygen in the atmosphere is known to decrease the surface tension?of various substances.?
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Surface Energy/Surface Area
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Surface tension depends on the intermolecular forces between the molecules...
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Surface tension depond on two factor s 1. Nature of particle 2. Temperature
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It depends on temperature and nature of the liquid
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The factors that depends on surface tension are nature of the liquid, surroundings, temperature
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Temperature
Pressure
Nature of the substance
Surroundings
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Surface tension depends on:
1. Nature of the liquid
2.Temperature
3. Environment
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Surface tension decreases with increase in t egg temperature a and increases with increases in attractive forces
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Surface and temperature
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Surface tension depends mainly upon the forces of attraction between the particles within the given liquid and also upon the gas, solid, or liquid in contact with it. The molecules in a drop of water, for example, attract each other weakly.
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