Extensional Viscosity & Intrinsic Viscosity
Viscometers Used for Food & Beverages:
Extensional viscosity (also known as elongational viscosity) is measured by exposing a sample to extensional deformation and extensional shearing. This application can be significant on various industrial processes including but not limited to:
Intrinsic viscosity is the value gathered when the viscosity increases as a result from adding an infinitesimal amount of solute to a solvent. Using intrinsic viscosity values, many of our customers estimate the hydrodynamic radius as well. To measure intrinsic viscosity values successfully, the viscometer used needs to be extremely accurate and precise.
VROC® powered viscometers deliver accurate and reliable extensional as well as intrisic viscosity with