## Q. 6.P.5

A venturi meter with a 50 mm throat is used to measure a flow of slightly salt water in a pipe of inside diameter 100 mm. The meter is checked by adding 20 cm³/s of normal sodium chloride solution above the meter and analysing a sample of water downstream from the meter. Before addition of the salt, 1000 cm³ of water requires 10 cm³ of 0.1 M silver nitrate solution in a titration. 1000 cm³ of the downstream sample required 23.5 cm³ of 0.1 M silver nitrate. If a mercury-under-water manometer connected to the meter gives a reading of 221 mm, what is the discharge coefficient of the meter? Assume that the density of the liquid is not appreciably affected by the salt.

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