Q: When a piece of cloth is dipped in water, the level moves up in the spaces between fibres as shown in the diagram below.
Write an hypothesis that would explain how water rises higher in some types of cloth than others.
What type of information could i use as my hypothesis?? I suppose i could include: If you look at a glass of water, you will notice that the surface curves up at the edge. It's like the water is trying to climb outta the glass. It's because the water particles are strongly attracted to the glass particles. But the glass particles can't move because they are a solid, so the water does the moving.