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    Hi, I need some help calculating the units for the viscometer constant when I am determining the viscosity of liquids. I was given the equation A=tp/µ

    where: t is time (seconds), p is density gcm-3 and µ is viscosity (Pa.sec) A is viscometer constant

    would the seconds cancel out as there are on both the top and bottom of the equation?

    Help would be greatly appreciated
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    Yes, spot on.
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    Seems right to me.
 
 
 
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