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Apparent viscosityViscosity is a measure of a fluid at a given rate. It corresponds-a lot-to the notion of a fluid temperature or even a liquid state of a liquid state of a liquid state. The reason for the confusion is-the very same reason. Apparent-viscosity is something that is measured by a fluid at a given rate, and that rate is a fluids temperature. Also, the definition of thickness is a fluids resistance to shearing flows. A fluids resistance to shearing flows is simply a measure of how much force it has to overcome to move from one place to another. A liquids resistance to shearing flows is something like its thickness. If a liquid has more thickness than a fluid, that means it is colder. A warmer fluid is more resistant to shearing flows-is therefore more likely to be in liquid form. In the liquid state of a liquid, the fluids resistance to shearing flows is much higher than a fluids resistance to shearing flows would be in any other liquid state, and the colder fluid is thus also less likely to be in the solid or gaseous state-or any liquid state at all-so it is relatively more likely to be in the liquid state of a liquid. So if a fluid has a higher resistance to shearing flows than something less dense, that means that the more dense thing-like a solid-is going to be moving further from any given source of energy, which is going to cause it to increase in heat, heat energy, and therefore in the amount of energy that it takes to move that thing from point A to point B, and hence further away from its source, and making it more resistant to shearing, and therefore more likely to be in a liquid state of a liquid state-so much the more dense the thing.

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