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Capillarity (2)

Definition: (physics) A phenomenon in which the surface of a liquid where it is in contact with a solid is elevated or depressed, depending on differences between intermolecular attraction in the liquid and between the liquid and the solid. An example would be the rise and fall of a liquid in a capillary tube relative to its level outside. The tendency of a liquid to rise up or be depressed at the side of a floating body causes capillary attraction or repulsion between two floating bodies near one another.

See perfect phenomenon (1).

See perfect particularity (1).

See perfect flotation (2).

See perfect causality.

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