nonviscous

nonviscous

(ˌnɒnˈvɪskəs)
adj
(Chemistry) not viscous
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A plate substrate was vertically withdrawn from a liquid bath with constant speed V0, the liquid used in dip coating was a generalized Newtonian fluid with constant density, and the air above the free surface was regarded as nonviscous with its pressure arbitrarily set to zero.
Miranville, Uniform global attractors for non-isothermal viscous and nonviscous Cahn-Hilliard equations with dynamic boundary conditions, Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications 10 (2009) 1738-1766.
System of mass, momentum, and energy conservation equations for ideal nonviscous gas for a moving finite volume V can be written in the following form:
Viscous versus nonviscous soluble fiber supplements: mechanisms and evidence for fiber-specific health benefits.
Applying the Bernoulli equation and assuming incompressible and nonviscous flow, the following equation is derived:
It is dissolved in a buffered, isotonic electrolyte solution and is nonviscous, colorless, and odorless.
Other features include the ability to dispense both viscous and nonviscous liquids, self-cleaning and the dispensing of 100 [micro]L of three ingredients onto a 96-well grid in 60 seconds.
Flow for viscous fluids such as whole blood required lower contact angles, whereas the mobility in nonviscous fluids such as urine allowed higher contact angles.
Genomic DNA was sheared by drawing the lysate several times through a pipette until it appeared nonviscous.
The solid wall boundary (SW) is equivalent to a reflective boundary (AB) in nonviscous flow.