Engler degrees

Engler degrees

(ˈɛŋlə)
n
(Chemistry) (functioning as singular) a scale of measurement of viscosity based on the ratio of the time taken by a particular liquid to flow through a standard orifice to the time taken by water to flow through the same orifice
[named after C. Engler (1842–1925), German chemist, who proposed it]
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