Coefficient of viscosity (η)= Fr/Av F = tangential force, r = distance between the layers v = velocity Dimensional Formula of Force = M1L1T-2 Dimensional Formula of Area= M0L2T0 Dimensional Formula of distance= M0L1T0 Dimensional Formula of velocity= M0L1T-1 form the above equation [η]= [M1L1T-2][MRead more

Coefficient of viscosity (η)= Fr/Av

F = tangential force,

r = distance between the layers

v = velocity

^{1}L

^{1}T

^{-2}

^{0}L

^{2}T

^{0}

^{ }

^{0}L

^{1}T

^{0}

^{0}L

^{1}T

^{-1}

^{1}L

^{1}T

^{-2}][M

^{0}L

^{1}T

^{0}] / [M

^{0}L

^{2}T

^{0}] [M

^{0}L

^{1}T

^{-1}] = [M

^{1}L

^{-1}T

^{-1}]

**Dimensional Formula of the Coefficient of viscosity (η)=[M**

^{1}L^{-1}T^{-1}]The SI unit of Coefficient of viscosity (η) is Pascal-second

No, X-ray diffraction experiment cannot be performed by an ordinary grating. For diffraction, the grating element must be order of wavelength of light. The X-ray has wavelength of order of (1/100)th of ordinary visible light. So, for diffraction of X-ray crystal grating is needed.

No, X-ray diffraction experiment cannot be performed by an ordinary grating. For diffraction, the

grating element must be order of wavelength of light. The X-ray has wavelength of order of (1/100)th of ordinary visible light. So, for diffraction of X-ray crystal grating is needed.

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