Viscosity ... the lower the viscosity of a liquid, the easier it will flow.Agooey liquid is said to be Viscose.
The viscosity of a liquid is its resistance to flow. For example, honey has a high viscosity and water has a low viscosity.
Viscosity is the resistance of a liquid when it tries to flow.
The higher the viscosity the slower the flow of the liquid.
Viscosity is the resistance of a liquid to flow.
it is related because the higher viscosity the slower the flow rate so the viscosity changes the flow rate rapidly.
the viscosity of the liquid.
Viscosity is how much a liquid resists flow. Water has a low viscosity while molasses has a high viscosity.
Because liquids with a high viscosity flow slowly as to where a liquid with a low viscosity flow quickly
I think you may be talking about viscosity. The viscosity of a liquid is its resistance to flow, or its thickness. A less viscous liquid will flow more quickly than a more viscous fluid. As an example, water has very low viscosity and molasses has a high viscosity.
The more viscous the liquid (higher the viscosity), the lower flow rate you will have for a given "pipe" and pressure difference.
No, just the opposite actually.Viscosity is the measure of the thickness of a liquid so a thicker liquid(ie, a liquid of high viscosity)would logically flow slower.
It is the ability of the liquid to flow. The higher the viscosity, the less the ability to flow. For example, oil is more viscous than water; honey is more viscous than oil.
Pressure and temperature are the two factors that affect flow and viscosity. Viscosity refers to the resistance of a liquid to the shear forces.
Its important because with viscosity the candy is hard and is doesn't flow like a liquid.Viscosity means "the resistance to flow"
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.
Liquid flows because of its viscosity.
Viscosity is the resistance of a liquid to flow. When temperature decreases Viscosity generally increases. Viscosity generally decreases when the temperature increases.
Viscosity is a measure of the resistance to flow of a liquid. Copper is a solid metal, so measuring viscosity does not apply.
The resistance of the flow of a liquid is called viscosity. The more viscous the liquid, the greater the resistance to flow. For example, water has a very low viscosity, so it flows rapidly. However, molasses is very viscous, so it flows slowly.
This is due to the viscosity of the liquid, or its resistance to flow.