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Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics, Third Edition, 3rd Edition by Raj P. Chhabra, Ron Darby

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Appendix A: Viscosities and Other Properties of Gases and Liquids

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FIGURE A.1 Viscosities of various fluids at 1 atm pressure. 1 cP = 0.01 g/(cm s) = 6.72 × 10−4 lbm/(ft s) = 2.42 lbm/(ft h) = 2.09 × 10−5 lbf s/ft2. (Reproduced from Brown, G.G. et al., Unit Operations, Wiley, New York, 1951, p. 586. With permission.)

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FIGURE A.2 Viscosity of various liquids: (1) Carbon dioxide, (2) ammonia, (3) methyl chloride, (4) sulfur dioxide, (5) Freon 12, (6) Freon 114, (7) Freon 11, (8) Freon 113, (9) ethyl alcohol, (10) isopropyl alcohol, (11) 20% sulfuric ...

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