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Viscosity liquid's internal resistance or friction that keeps it from flowing.
Buoyant Force upward force that a fluid exerts on an object; opposite to the pull of gravity.
Buoyancy Tendancy of an object to float when playced in a fluid.
Compressinility extent to which a substance( solid, liquid, gas. ) can be compressed; objects under compression tend to deform in shape.
Incompressible Not capable of being compressed; liquids are said to be incompressible.
Pressure Messure of the amount of force applied to a givin area; as an equation: P=F over A ; where P+Pressure, F= Force, A= Area; messured in Pascals.
Pascal's Law When pressure is applied to liquid in a container, the pressure and force is transmitted equally and undiminished throughout the liquid; an elclosed liquid transmits pressure equally in all directions.
Pump Device that moves a fluid through or into something; Piston Pumps, Diaphram Pumps, And Archimedes Screws are 3 common kinds of pumps; The Heart is a natural pump.
valves Device that controls the flow of fluids.
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