Discussion :: SI Units - Section 1 (Q.No.3)
SI unit for the surface tension, is
Answer: Option D
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|Abhishek Singh said: (Aug 1, 2013)|
|Surface tension - force applied per unit distance, i.e kg/(s*s).|
|Muhammad Farooq said: (Sep 6, 2013)|
|Surface tension- force applied per unit distance so N/m.|
|Anoop said: (Jan 5, 2014)|
|Surface tension - force/length so N/m.|
|Fakirjasyal said: (Sep 16, 2014)|
|I think surface tension is force/area so it should be n/m.|
|Ravikumar said: (Feb 24, 2015)|
|Surface tensions force for unit distance.|
|Rajat said: (Jun 22, 2015)|
|It should be force per unit area.|
|Malvi said: (Apr 29, 2016)|
|Surface tension = force /area.
=> N/m or J/m2.
|Tan said: (Jul 4, 2016)|
|N/m is the correct answer.|
|Mohd Suhel said: (Jul 25, 2016)|
|Force per unit lenth, ie = f/l = N/M.|
|Kush Meena said: (Oct 18, 2016)|
|In cgs its unit is = dyne/cm.|
|Jalsngh Jatav said: (Nov 5, 2016)|
|Surface tension is a force applied on the surface to the length of the surface.|
|Akshay Jadhav said: (Feb 8, 2017)|
|Surface tension is a force (N) acting over a surface area (A) having unit width.
So, Area= (1*m). Therefore, answer must be N/m.
|Viki said: (Mar 1, 2017)|
|In this why the tensions are not measured in kg?
Does kg represent load?
|Bhoopender said: (Dec 15, 2017)|
|Stress = P/A =N/sqm.|
|Umesh said: (Jul 26, 2019)|
|The SI unit N/m is right.|
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