Flow properties of blood and other biological systems: proceedings of an informal discussion convened jointly by the Faraday Society Colloid and Biophysics Committee and the British Society of Rheology, held at the University Laboratory of Physiology, Oxford, 23 and 24 September, 1959
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Rheological Properties of Concentrated Polymer Solutions
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A. L. Copley apparatus apparent viscosity appears arteries axial Bayliss behaviour birefringence blood cells blood plasma capillary cent cervix changes Chem clot coagulation collagen concentration constant curve decrease deformation diameter dilute effect elastic enzyme equation experiments fibres fibrin fibrin surface fish fluid G. W. Scott Blair glass gradual haemolysis haemolysis heparin hyaluronic acid hyaluronidase increase intrinsic viscosity layer liquid load lymph lymphatic McDonald measurements membrane method microscopic molecular molecule mucoid mucoprotein mucus muscle normal observed obtained particles perfusion Phys Physiol plasma polymer polymer solutions pressure pressure-flow protein protoplasm radius random coil rate of flow rate of shear ratio red cells relative cell volume relative viscosity Reynolds number rheological rotation samples of blood serum shear rate shearing stress shown slippage zone sodium chloride spinnbarkeit sputum structure studies suspension thixotropy tissue tube turbulence values velocity vessel wall viscometer wall adherence Weissenberg width