Eotvos law of capillarity, Physics

Eotvos law of capillarity (Baron L. von Eotvos; c. 1870):

The surface tension gamma of liquid is associated to its temperature T, the liquid's critical temperature, T*, & its density rho by

gamma ~= 2.12 (T* - T)/rho3/2.

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