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Surface Tension


 

Please let me know the surface tension of ethylene glycol (pure) and its polar and dispersive components.

Best regards,

Sourav Kumar
Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur - Kharagpur, West Bengal, India


November 16, 2008

The surface tension of ethylene glycol at 25C (298.15K) is 48.4 dynes/cm. I do not know its polar and dispersive components a this time.

Russ Smith
- Claremont, New Hampshire



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