Viscosity is the internal resistance of fluid to flow. Water has a thin viscosity (low resistance = flows easily) while oil has a thick viscosity (high viscosity = does not flow as easily). The term viscosity is usually used about the internal forces of the liquid itself.
While not clear from the question, the force acting on the surface of a liquid is probably surface tension being thought of, but could also be gravity, depending on the context.
I would say the answer to your question is: false.
If vaporization takes place at the surface of a liquid, it is called evaporation. but when evaporation occurs throughout the substance it is called boiling.
A liquid with high viscosity is thick and runs slowly. Some example of highly viscous liquids are molasses, honey, and syrup.
The vaporization that takes place below the surface of liquid is called boiling. The other one that takes place at the surface of a liquid is called evaporation
viscosity. Viscosity is the inherent force of a liquid which opposes the relative movement between layers of the said liquid.
Viscosity is the resistance of flow and surface tension is the lateral force of the bonds between the molecules
the 2 properties are surface tension and viscosity
Weirdly worded question, but i think you're asking what keeps or makes a single drop of whatever from falling. If that is the question, its gravity acting on the surface tension of the liquid in question. Viscosity also plays a role....as obviosly water droplets would form and fall before, say thick oil or honey. Short answer: gravity acting on surface tension and viscosity. Hope that helps!
Viscosity is the measure of the resistance of a liquid. This is often thought of as the thickness of a liquid.
Viscosity of a fluid is mainly influenced by the friction caused by the interactions between its molecules. Therefore a dishwashing liquid or reagent does not affect the viscosity of water, it only affect its surface tension. .