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And you are not sure if the peanut butter was refrigerated either!



Brent Koch wrote:

> Thanks COEnginer(--nospam--at)aol.com for the clarification of "cps" as the standard
> misnomer for cP in the construction chemical industry. Someone should have
> told these guys that cps was already used as the abbreviation for cycles per
> second.
>
> 1 centiPoise = 1 milliPascal second
>
> Here are some centiPoise viscocities for comparison:
>
> Hydrogen @ 20°C                  0.008
> Ammonia @ 20°C                   0.009
> Water Vapor @ 100°C              0.125
> Air @ 18°C                       0.018
> Air @ 229°C                      0.026
> Neon @ 20°C                      0.031
> Ether @ 20°C                     0.233
> Water @ 99°C                     0.285
> Methyl Alcohol @ 20°C            0.597
> Water @ 20°C                     1.002
> Ethyl alcohol @ 20°C              1.20
> Mercury @ 20°C                    1.55
> Whole Milk @ 20°C                 2.12
> Benzyl Ether @ 20°C               5.33
> Glycol @ 20°C                     19.9
> Soy Bean Oil @ 20°C               69.3
> Olive Oil  @ 20°C                 84.0
> Light machine oil @ 20°C           102
> Heavy machine oil @ 20°C           233
> Castor oil @ 20°C                  986
> Glycerin @ 20°C                  1,490
> Pancake Syrup @ 20°C             2,500
> Molasses @ 20°C                  6,600
> Honey @ 20°C                    10,000
> Chocolate Syrup @ 20°C          25,000
> Ketchup @ 20°C                  50,000
> Catsup @ 20°C                   50,000
> Peanut Butter @ 20°C           250,000
> Tar or Pitch  @ 20°C    30,000,000,000
>
> Not sure if the peanut butter was chunky or creamy,
>
> Brent Koch
> Koch Engineering, Inc.
> Livermore, CA 94550
> (925) 456-7164
> mailto:brent(--nospam--at)kochengineering.net
>
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