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Viscosity in Viscosity and molecular properties in the General Introduction from Lectures for AP225.

Viscosity in Viscosity, elasticity, and viscoelasticity from Lectures for AP225.


References

[1] David Turnbull (1915-2007). Pioneer of the kinetics of phase transformations in condensed matter

[2] Multiscale approach to link red blood cell dynamics, shear viscosity, and ATP release