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The viscosities of undercooled liquid glucose have been extensively studied by three very different methods. Between 145° and 80° about eighty determinations have been made by the falling sphere method; between 80° and 32° seventy‐five determinations have been carried out by a concentric...
A critical review and summary are given of some of the rheological aspects of the production and transportation of petroleum. It is shown how the proper flow characteristics of the colloidal dispersions known as drilling fluids may be controlled by chemico‐physical methods, and the importance...
Samples of rosin, abietic acid and pitch may be made to flow at temperatures as low as 20°C at low pressures and conveniently short periods of time, sufficient for fluidity determinations. Such a method as this one was devised in the hope of finding a much better control instrument for such...
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