Is it possible to use water instead of mercury in Torricelli’s experiment? If so, how high should the tube be for such an experiment?

It is possible if you take a tube more than 10 m high (the height of a three-story building), because normal atmospheric pressure is equal to the pressure created by a column of water about 10 m high.

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