Measuring the Viscosity of a Vinyl Dispersion at Low Shear

This procedure is an empirical method used to measure the viscosities of vinyl dispersions, such as plastisols and organosols, at high shear rates ranging from 50 to 1,500 sec-1. It provides a means to quantify the flow behavior of these liquids under specific shear conditions, which is important for evaluating their performance and suitability for various applications.

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