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which of the following explains the formation of the curved surface of water in the graduated cylinder shown below? 595718214201214102pm1125901447.png

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  1. anonymous
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    A. Hydrogen bonds form between water molecules. B. Ionic bonds form between glass molecules in the cylinder. C. Covalent bonds form between water molecules and glass molecules in a cylinder. D. Attractive forces form between polar water molecules and polar glass molecules in the cylinder.

  2. anonymous
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    please somebody ?

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    @abhisar i believe it is b but can u check to make sure plz?

  4. anonymous
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    This is known as the miniscus (enter "miniscus" into google to see what it is)

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