What Does Water Having A High Viscosity Mean?


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High viscosity virtually means the 'thickness' of a liquid. Compare for example, water and molasses or honey. Molasses and honey are much 'thicker' than water as their molecules don't separate as easily as water does. Water has a higher viscosity than some liquids, but not as great as something like honey or oil for example.

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