Rheology

What flows so tantalizingly can also be characterized by such demure variables as viscosity and yield point. This is done with the help of instruments such as shear, extension, rotation or oscillation rheometers, named according to the method employed or the intended purpose. Many of the more recent instruments are modular in construction, for example allowing the measurement system or the temperature control unit to be exchanged.

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