Problem: A liquid in a test tube has a curved surface such that the edges touching the glass are higher than the surface at the center. This must mean that the cohesive forces are less than the adhesive forces.   1. False 2. True 

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A liquid in a test tube has a curved surface such that the edges touching the glass are higher than the surface at the center. This must mean that the cohesive forces are less than the adhesive forces.

1. False

2. True 

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