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- Is the resistance (friction between molecules) of the fluids to flow. - A substance that flows readily has low viscosity like water. - If the IMFA is strong, the liquid will have high viscosity because it will have a high resistance against flowing. - The higher the temperature, the lower the liquid’s viscosity ( as temperature breaks the bonding or increase kinetic energy) - Maple syrup is more viscous than water because it has more H-bond that causes stronger IMFA.

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