When a thermometer is emersed in ice cold water, the Mercury thread is observed to rise before dropping steadily in the capillary tube. Explain
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liamhudson310 1 year ago
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The molecules of the red liquid within the thermometer move faster when heated. When the thermometer is submerged in cold water, the molecules slow slowly, and their attractor forces them closer together, causing them to fall down the tube.

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