why does salotape stick to our hands when we remove the salotape?

Asked by Gaurav Avhad | 25th Apr, 2011, 05:55: PM

Expert Answer:

salotape stick to our hands when we remove the salotape due to viscocity.
 
Viscosity is a fluid's resistance to flow. Fluids becomes less viscous as the liquid's temperature increases, becoming more viscous as the fluid gets cooler.

A viscous fluid is sticky, thick and syrupy to a greater or lesser extent.

Examples
Treacle is quite viscous, but water is not.

Hot engine oil is less viscous ('thinner') and runs more quickly and smoothly than cold engine oil.

Answered by  | 30th Apr, 2011, 01:54: AM

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