difference between viscosity and specific gravity:
Viscosity is a characteristic property of liquid, it determines the stickiness of the fluid.
The highest-thickness liquid is a highly viscous liquid.
What is the Viscosity of water?
The viscosity of water varies as temperature varies.
The viscosity of water is 1.0016 mPa.s at 20°C.
|Temperature||Viscosity of Water|
Viscosity can be expressed in pascals (Pa), millipascal per second (mPa.s), or centipoise (cps).
Viscosity is inversely proportional to the temperature, as temperature decreases the viscosity of water increases.
Specific gravity means how much an object dense or heavy will occupy that much space.
Specific gravity heaviness of the fluid.
The specific gravity of water is 0.9976 at 20° C.
This is the difference between viscosity and specific gravity.
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