Results for: Viscosity

In Chemistry

Viscosity of a liquid?

viscosity is one of the properties of liquids ans is associated with flow of water. . defination: viscosity is defined as the force of friction between two layers of liquids ( Full Answer )
In Consumer Electronics

What are viscosities?

A kind of liquid that resist to flow like water because of the atoms that does friction between themselves which makes it harder.
In Geology

What does viscosity have to do with eruptions?

The viscosity of magma or lava will determine whether or not the eruption is explosive or quiet. Higher viscosity magma can result in explosive eruptions. Lower viscosity magm ( Full Answer )
In Chemistry

How can viscosity change?

It changes by rising temperatures and lowering temperatures. Higher temperature= Less viscosity (resistance) Lower temperature= More viscosity (resistance)
In Blood

What is the viscosity of the blood?

The viscosity of blood (cells + plasma) at 36.6 degrees Celsius (normal body temp) is 0.0027 [N-s/m^2].
In Molasses

Does molasses have viscosity?

Yes, molasses has viscosity. The thicker the liquid, the higher the viscosity. Therefore, molasses being a very thick liquid, it will have a very high viscosity. .
In Human Anatomy and Physiology

What causes viscosity?

Viscosity is attributed to the cohesion of a liquid. Cohesion is the attraction between like molecules. This attraction comes from the type of bonds the molecule has. The thre ( Full Answer )
In Elements and Compounds

What is viscosity of copper?

Viscosity is a measure of the resistance to flow of a liquid.Copper is a solid metal, so measuring viscosity does not apply.
In Science

What has high viscosity. What has low viscosity.?

Viscosity is most commonly thought of as the "thickness" of a liquid. Water has relatively low viscosity compared to most oils, which are thicker and pour more slowly.
In Chemistry

What is viscosity?

Viscosity is the state of being sticky, semi fluid in consistencyand thick because of the internal friction.