The Viscosity of Blood Serum, as a Function of Temperature


The viscosity of colloidal solutions is not easily determined by the methods which involve the use of a glass capillary. The technical difficulties encountered are important, and when they are successfully surmounted they still require a relatively large amount of liquid. Moreover, they do not permit the continuous observation of the variations which may… (More)


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