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-Viscosity is a property of fluids (liquids and gases) which determines how much resistance is experienced by an object trying to move through the fluid. In this experiment, we will use Stoke’s Law and the concept of terminal velocity to determine the viscosity of glycerin, caster oil, honey and corn syrup.

AIM

  • Determination of the viscosity of several liquid using Stoke’s Law.

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