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What does viscosity mean for a liquid?

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How is knowledge of viscosity is applied to candy making?

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What describes how a liquid pours?

One can describe how a liquid pours by its viscosity. Viscosity is a liquid's ability to resist flow. Therefore, the higher the viscosity, the "thicker" the liquid is and causes it to pour out slowly. If a liquid is said to have a low viscosity, the liquid is "thinner" and can easily be poured out.


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