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the physical property of being viscous

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The free-surface profiles of relatively low evaporative liquids were compared with those of the nonevaporative liquids, specifically one centistoke silicon oil (evaporative liquid) was compared with one hundred centistokes silicon oil (nonevaporative liquid) and qualitatively no difference has been observed between both profiles near the contact line, specifically the evaporative and nonevaporative precursor films (equilibrium film).
The silicone oil viscosity of 1000 and 5000 centistokes (cs) was found in 70 (88.
It has a viscosity of over 1 million centistokes, versus 600,000 typical for LSR, and it's not shear-thinning like normal LSR.
The viscosity measured in this way is described as kinetic viscosity and the flow (efflux) time is generally expressed in seconds and can be converted to viscosity in Centistokes (cSt) using a viscosity disc calculator or efflux tables depending on the type of cup.
A processed product may have a viscosity up to 20 centistokes and contain up to 20% of suspended solids.
6 ft water, effective against pressures of up to 85 psig, and can transfer viscous media up to 500 centistokes.
6 ft water, is effective against pressures of up to 85 psig and transfers viscous media up to 500 centistokes.
Key statement: A tire dressing composition is provided that includes at least one silicone fluid having a viscosity of between 40 and 500,000 centiStokes at room temperature.
After the water reduction process, viscosity measurements were done by Ubbelohde viscometer method at 25 and 30[degrees]C for use in measuring the particle size and reported in the units of centiStokes.