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Can You Define Viscosity Without Feeling Thick?

Posted by Art Gatenby on Sep 30, 2013 4:43:00 PM

Do an internet search for the term “viscosity”, and you’ll find a variety of definitions for the word. For example:

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Topics: Viscometers, Viscosity

How Does Surface Tension Relate to Viscosity?

Posted by Art Gatenby on Jan 17, 2011 9:58:00 PM

You may recall that I promised to offer my interpretation as to how Surface Tension is related to Viscosity.

To begin with, liquid surface tension and viscosity share a common trait: they both involve properties of fluids. After that, things start to get murky.

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Topics: Wilhelmy Plates, Viscosity, duNouy Rings, Tensiometer, Surface Tension Measurement, Surface Tension, Interfacial Tensiometer, Liquid Properties

Is Consistency Viscosity? Not really!

Posted by Art Gatenby on Jan 8, 2009 10:46:00 AM

We make the Bostwick Consistometer. The Bostwick is used extensively to measure the consistency of sauces and condiments. It has strong application in the quality control departments of ketchup and mustard producers. Results from a Bostwick Consistometer have been used for more than six decades to control the quality of many of the foods you use.

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Topics: Viscosity, Consistency, Surface Tension Measurement, Liquid Properties

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