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 what is the modulus of rigidity for a liquid?

Asked by gurjit.kaur88...(CAMBRIDGE FOUNDATION SR SEC SCHOOL) , on 15/12/11



The modulus of rigidity of liquids and gases (fluids) is always zero because they are difficult to compress. However, their bulk modulus is very large (close to infinite).

Posted by Kranav Sharmaon 15/12/11

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