Subject: Using supplies from home, how should I find the viscosity of ketchup?
Date: Sun Nov 29 15:08:48 1998
Posted by Victoria
Grade level: 10-12
School: Taylor High
City: Katy State/Province: TX
Area of science: Physics
I'm a chemestry student stuck working on a physics project.
Confused and disoriented I've been wandering the net attempting
to learn more about viscosity, but it's as though everyone is
speaking French. Please help me understand viscosity. Thanks.
Re: Using supplies from home, how should I find the viscosity of ketchup?
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