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Surface Tension - Water in contact with Air

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Surface Tension of Water in Contact with Air - Imperial units (BG units)

Surface Tension - Water in contact with Air - Imperial Units
Temperature
- t -
(oF)
Surface Tension of Water in contact with Air
- σ -
(10-3 lb/ft)
32 5.18
40 5.13
50 5.09
60 5.03
70 4.97
80 4.91
90 4.86
100 4.79
120 4.67
140 4.53
160 4.40
180 4.26
200 4.12
212 4.04

Surface Tension of Water in Contact with Air - SI units

Surface Tension - Water in contact with Air - SI Units
Temperature
- t -
(oC)
Surface Tension of Water in contact with Air
- σ -
(10-2 N/m)
0 7.56
5 7.49
10 7.42
20 7.28
30 7.12
40 6.96
50 6.79
60 6.62
70 6.44
80 6.26
90 6.08
100 5.89
150 4.82
200 3.76
250 2.64
300 1.47
350 0.37
374.1 0.0

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Surface Tension - Water in contact with Air

Surface tension of water in contact with air for temperatures ranging 0 to 100 degC (32 to 212 degF) - in imperial units (BG units) and SI units.

Surface Tension - Water in contact with Air

Surface tension of water in contact with air for temperatures ranging 0 to 100 degC (32 to 212 degF) - in imperial units (BG units) and SI units.

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