Surface Tension is the force that makes the surface of a liquid act like an expanded material. It’s developed by the cohesion of the liquid and the adhesion of the liquid molecules and the material’s molecules and the walls of the material. Surface Tension allows a bug to walk on water.
Surface Tension of water
Surface tension of water is important to life:
Without surface tension even, the smallest of anything would sink under water, and that means dust, and sand also. Even for human’s surface tension doesn’t allow rain to go through the small holes in tents until, you touch it and the surface tension breaks.
Surface Tension Surface Tension is the force that makes the surface of a liquid act like an expanded material