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Two identical rectangular strips, one of copper and other of steel , are riveted to form a bimetallic strip. What will happen on heating?

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The figure shows the bimetallic strip of before heating,

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Linear expansion coefficient of copper is greater than the steel, so on heating the bimetallic strips copper g...

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