Difference between viscosity and rheometer
- resistance of a liquid to shear forces (and hence to flow)
Synlube is far too light in viscosity, and no longer in production.
Salvia not only restores normal microcirculation, but normalizes blood viscosity from other factors, as well.
He and Gross also want to find other genes involved in fruit softening in hopes of further improving firmness or viscosity.
- an instrument for measuring the flow of liquids (especially arterial blood)
Salvador Crespo, senior research and development chemist at Grace Davison, said: 'Using the rheometer shortens research times, which is a major gain.
To improve its sensitivity, the rheometer is shielded from external magnetic fields by a cage of high magnetic permeability metal.
The ball-on-plate rheometer is therefore ideal for evaluating the performance of lubricants under the realistic conditions found in many machine components.