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Viscosity of Nitrobenzene

Nature volume 130, pages 399400 (10 September 1932) | Download Citation

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WITH the intention of carrying out measurements of the viscosity of liquids, we have studied recently different experimental methods, and have come to the conclusion that, for relative measurements, the oscillating disc method permits of very great accuracy. Therefore we determine first the logarithmic decrement by registering the oscillations on bromide paper. The amplitude of the deflections could afterwards be measured with no great difficulty to 0.1 mm.

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  1. Physical Laboratory, University of Ghent, Belgium, Aug. 3.

    • A. VAN ITTERBEEK

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