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what can anyone tell me about liquid and gas viscosity?

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    In general terms, viscosity is the ease with which molecules slide across each other. Liquids generally have a higher viscosity than gases. In most cases, temperature changes the viscosity.

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    minerals,nutrients,and proteins make up the fluid partof blood ,which is called

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