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There is a small bubble at one end and bigger bubble at other end of a rod. What will happen?

a)

Smaller will grow until they collapse

b)

Bigger will grow until they collapse

c)

Remain in equilibrium

d)

None of the above


Question ID - 57447 | Toppr Answer

There is a small bubble at one end and bigger bubble at other end of a rod. What will happen?

a)

Smaller will grow until they collapse

b)

Bigger will grow until they collapse

c)

Remain in equilibrium

d)

None of the above

1 Answer - 5876 Votes

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Answer Key : (b) -

(b)

Excess the pressure inside the bubble is So, smaller is the radius r,  the larger is the excess of pressure p. It means, the pressure of air is more in bubble A than in bubble B. So, the air will go from bubble A to bubble B will grow more until they collapse. 



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