Definitions for **"CENTIPOISE"**

One one-hundredth of a poise. A poise is the unit of viscosity expressed as one dyne per second per square centimetre.

The metric system unit of viscosity.

One hundred of a poise; a unit for measuring viscosity.

A unit of measure used to describe the viscosity of a liquid. Viscosity is measured with a Brookfield Viscometer for most polyester resin applications.

0.01 poise or centistokes times specific gravity at the test temperature.

A unit of measurement for viscosity equivalent to one-hundredth of a poise. Viscosity is the ratio of shear stress to shear rate, giving the traditional unit of dyne-sec/cm2 for Poise. In metric units, one cp is one millipascal-second.

A unit of measure used to determine viscosity; typically used in defining adhesives, and some finishing materials.

A unit of viscosity (with water as the standard) for indicating the fluidity or flow property of a liquid at room temperature.

Unit of apparent viscosity.

A common measure of the viscosity (thickness) of a liquid. It is important to know your productâ€(tm)s cps when selecting items like mixers or pumps.

A measure of viscosity of a liquid; the higher the centipoise, the higher the viscosity ("stickier").

A measure of viscosity, equal to 0.001 newton second per m2.

One hundredth of a poise, which is a value for viscosity. The viscosity of water at 20°C (68°F) is approximately one centipoise.

A measure of viscosity - defined as the viscosity of water at room temperature.

One hundredth of a poise. Unit of measurement for viscosity. (1.0 centipoise = viscosity of water at room temperature).

a unit of measurement in the cgs system for viscosity; abbreviated cP.

Unit of viscosity equal to 1/100 poise.

A unit for measurement of absolute viscosity. One centipoise is equal to one hundredth of a poise, the metric (cgs) unit of absolute viscosity. The absolute viscosity of water at 20°C is approximately one centipoise.

A unit of absolute viscosity. One centipoise equals .01 poise.

A measure of viscosity (water has a CPS of 1).

One hundredth of a poise which is a unit of measurement for viscosity. Water at room temperature has a viscosity of 1.0 Centipoise.

(1) Unit measurement of viscosity=centistokes X specific gravity. (2) A unit of measure of absolute viscosity. (Note: The viscosity of water is one centipoise. The lower the number, the less the viscosity).

A unit of viscosity which is equal to 0.01 poise. centistoke (cs) A cgs unit of kinematic viscosity in customary use, equal to the kinematic viscosity of a fluid having a dynamic viscosity of 1 centipoise and a density of 1 gram per cubic centimeter.

1/100th of a poise; (dyne-sec/cm2); a viscosity measurement unit.

A convenient unit of viscosity, defined as one hundredth of a poise, or 10âˆ’2 gm cmâˆ’1sâˆ’1.