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surface tension increases with decreasing temperature

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Effect of Temperature on Surface Tension?

surface tension decreases with the increase of temperature


What is the effect of increase of temperature on surface tension?

Surface tension decreases as temperature increases.


How does temperature affect surface tension?

As the temperature rises, surface tension decreases.


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