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## As the temperature increases, the surface tension and cohesive force among liquid molecules weakens, so the angle of contact with solid surface decreases.

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## [Solved] With increase in temperature, the angle of contact in a liqu

The correct answer is option 3) i.e. Decreases CONCEPT: Surface tension is the tendency of water molecules to adhere to each other so as to form t

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## With increase in temperature, the angle of contact in a liquid:

First increases and then decreases

Increases Decreases Remains constant

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The correct answer is option 3) i.e. Decreases

CONCEPT:

Surface tension is the tendency of water molecules to adhere to each other so as to form the minimum surface area possible.

This is a result of cohesion between water molecules.

​Consider a solid surface with a liquid placed over it as shown.

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is the contact angle made by the liquid with the solid surface due to surface tension.

Molecules at the surface of a liquid are partly exposed to the surrounding. The molecules at the liquid-air interface experience fewer interactions and have more energy to escape to the surrounding.

The stronger the intermolecular interaction of the liquid, the greater is the cohesion.

​EXPLANATION:When the temperature of the liquid is increased, the molecular vibration increases, and thus the intermolecular forces weaken. This reduces the surface tension and cohesion.

When surface tension reduces, the tendency of the liquid to form minimum surface area reduces. This means the liquid tends to spread over the surface.

Thus, the contact angle decreases.

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Cohesive force decreases so angle of contact decreases.

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