Q. Viscosity of liquid decreases with increase in temperature
Has the dimensions of kgms-1
Is measured in poise
Has the dimensions of kgm2s-1
None of the above
With increasing molecular mass of a liquid, the viscocity:
all are wrong
Applies to Newtonian fluids
Increases with temperature (Newtonian)
Both a and b
Neither a nor b
The viscosity of which liquid is the maximum?
The reciprocal of viscosity is called
none of these
Choose the correct statement with respect to liquids or the liquid state:
Surface tension increases with temperature
Addition of soap reduces surface tension
Viscosity is independent of intermolecular forces
Stalagmometer measures viscosity
Q. Viscosity of a liquid decreases with an increase in its temperature.
is the property of liquids due to which there is a resistance to movement between two layers of a liquid.
- surface tension
Q. Which of the following liquids has the highest viscosity ?
- Carbon disulphide