Fluid behaviour , Chemistry

A diluted polymer solution with a density of 1130 kg/m3 was extruded by a capillary tube of 3.5 mm internal diameter and 1 m long.  The following results were contained at 25°C. 

 

 

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Question) Establish the nature of the fluid behaviour with supporting explanation.

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