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If you poured some water down a slope, it would flow freely and quickly, but what about if you repeated the process with honey? Can you imagine how honey would flow down a slope? Sticky oozy honey would probably move quite a bit slower than the water. This is because honey has a different viscosity to water. Honey, Water, Process, Canning, Matter, Flow
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If you poured some water down a slope, it would flow freely and quickly, but what about if you repeated the process with honey? Can you imagine how honey would flow down a slope? Sticky oozy honey would probably move quite a bit slower than the water. This is because honey has a different viscosity to water.
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Answering the question that won me the Ig Nobel prize: Are cats liquid?
Answering the question that won me the Ig Nobel prize: Are cats liquid? - CONVERSATION ARTICLE ...I decided to reformulate it to illustrate some problems at the heart of rheology, the study of the deformations and flows of matter. My study on the rheology of cats won the 2017 Ig Nobel Prize in Physics.