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Can a siphon operate in a Vacuum? [Video]
posted October 18 2011 8:10.26 by Giorgos Lazaridis

Many people have used a siphon to drain a water tank, a bucket, or "steal" some gasoline from the tank. Recently i used a siphon to empty my solar water heater for maintenance. And here comes the big question: Can a siphon operate in vacuum? Some people believe that the siphon operation is based on the atmospheric pressure. If this is true, then it will not operate in vacuum. Periodic Table Videos ran an experiment, watch the results:

[Link: Periodic Table Videos]
Tags: experiments   pressure   physics   space related   science   revealed   

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