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These phenomena occur due to capillary action. The ink rises up in the capillaries found within a piece of chalk, i.e. the nooks and crevices in the structure of a piece of chalk. Same goes for sweat and tissue paper. A piece of tissue paper has several paths within itself which act as capillaries.

Sweat rises up in these capillaries and gets absorbed.


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