Intermolecular forces hold molecules together. Which a substance is low in viscosity, do you think the molecules will be held very close or loosely?
i didnt get ur point
can u explain to me pls
i dont know how to explain it but i kinda understand whats shes trying to say
When viscosity is high, the molecules are held together tightly, which means the intermolecular forces are strong.
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is that why a paperclip would be able to float in water?
paper clip is lighter so maybe cause of that
i dont know really... just a guess
I think that is because of surface tension.
yeah even i think so joanna
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The surface tension is higher right? Joanna?
The surface tension is high enough to hold the paper clip on the top, since it is fairly light and spread out over a relatively large surface area.
OK thank you