Viscosity, Density and Ultrasonic Interferometric Investigations of 3-(Chloroaryl)-5-Aryl-1-Substituted Pyrazolines in Dioxane MediumAuthor(s): AD Deshmukh*
Viscosity is one of the important physical property of liquid and gases and it implies resistance to flow as fluids (liquid and gases) exhibit a characteristic property of flowing under applied force of their own weight. The study of viscosity is widely used to obtain the molecular interaction in case of gases and liquids. In liquids and binary mixtures, the additional forces between molecules are important substituted pyrazolines. Rymantas Kazys, et al., measurement of viscosity of highly viscous non-Newtonian fluids by means of ultrasonic guided waves in order to perform monitoring of the polymerisation process, it is necessary to measure viscosity. However, in the case of non-Newtonian highly viscous fluids, viscosity starts to be dependent on the vibration or rotation frequency of the sensing element. Also, the sensing element must possess a sufficient mechanical strength.