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Question: What is capillary action??
Asked by Emily Atkinson to Scott, Oliver, Michelle, Lowri on 15 Mar 2019.
answered on 15 Mar 2019:
capillary action is when water moves through a source against the force of gravity. such as water going up a straw
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