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What is the viscosity of molasses?

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Viscosity is the resisitance to flow. Molasses have a viscosity of 5,000 to 10,000 ...
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Viscosity is the state of being thick due to internal friction, hence molasses would have more viscosity because of the fact that it has a harder time of spreading and moving then
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The resistance of a substance to flow. Example, water has a lower viscosity than molasses and flows more easily.
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A higher temperature = a lower viscosity
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A physical property of a fluid is its viscosity. Basically, it refers to its thickness and resistance to flow; for example, molasses would have a high viscosity. ...
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