Measuring the viscosity of gases by the transient-flow method
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Results are shown of relative viscosity measurements made on nine different gases at 300°K by the transient-flow method. The data are compared with those obtained by other authors.
KeywordsViscosity Statistical Physic Viscosity Measurement Relative Viscosity Relative Viscosity Measurement
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