Talk:Tears of wine

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Liquid?[edit]

I think that the references to 'liquid' should be changed to something else. Are we talking about water here? Solution? Solvent? The alcohol in wine is liquid at room temperature, as are most household alcohols. It doesn't make sense to call refer to the non-alcoholic part of a solution as 'liquid', since alcohol is liquid too, and part of the liquid solution. Propose 'water'. 132.216.227.197 (talk) 05:34, 25 August 2009 (UTC)

Pull[edit]

"If alcohol is mixed with water inhomogeneously, a region with a lower concentration of alcohol will pull on the surrounding fluid more strongly than a region with a higher alcohol concentration."
  • will pull on the surrounding fluid or
  • will pull on the surrounding solid

?--Abdull (talk) 23:07, 25 June 2010 (UTC)