Measurements of the Viscosity of Parahydrogen

  • Dwain E. Diller
Conference paper


The temperature and density dependence of the viscosity of parahydrogen has recently been measured between 14° and 100°K and at densities up to 2.8 times the critical density. We used the torsional crystal method developed by Welber1 for measuring the viscosity of liquid helium.


Density Dependence Liquid Helium Critical Density Torsional Mode Rigid Sphere 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Dwain E. Diller
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  1. 1.Cryogenics DivisionNational Bureau of StandardsBoulderUSA

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