Viscosity shear waves and mass drag effect in liquids

  • Kojro Z
  • Burg E
  • Zinke J
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Abstract

A new method based on a micromechanical sensor has been developed for the investigation of viscosity shear waves in liquids. A number of Newtonian liquids having various molecular properties were tested with the help of a miniaturized sensor oscillating in a liquid. A good experimental confirmation of theoretical predictions was obtained for relatively high viscosities eta. On the contrary, a significant discrepancy between the hydrodynamic limit for eta --> 0, i.e. the ''ideal liquid'' limit, and the experimental data was observed. In addition, the data shows a discontinuity for different types of liquid molecules of variable polarity.

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  • BINARY MIXTURE
  • CRITICAL-BEHAVIOR
  • DYNAMICS
  • SUPERFLUID HE-3-B
  • ULTRASONIC-ATTENUATION
  • VELOCITY

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Authors

  • Z. Kojro

  • E.v.d. Burg

  • J. Zinke

  • K Hillmann

  • W. Grill

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