Definition of Fluidity

1. Noun. The property of flowing easily. "They believe that fluidity increases as the water gets warmer"

Exact synonyms: Fluidness, Liquidity, Liquidness, Runniness
Generic synonyms: Thinness
Derivative terms: Fluid, Fluid, Liquid, Runny



2. Noun. A changeable quality. "Demographers try to predict social fluidity"
Exact synonyms: Fluidness
Generic synonyms: Changeability, Changeableness
Derivative terms: Fluid

Definition of Fluidity

1. n. The quality of being fluid or capable of flowing; a liquid, aëriform, or gaseous state; -- opposed to solidity.

Definition of Fluidity

1. Noun. The state of being fluid rather than viscous ¹

2. Noun. A measure of the extent to which something is fluid. The reciprocal of its viscosity. ¹

3. Noun. The quality of being fluid or free-flowing ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Fluidity

1. the quality of being able to flow [n -TIES]

Medical Definition of Fluidity

1. The reciprocal of viscosity; unit: rhe = poise-1. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fluidity

fluidic
fluidics
fluidification
fluidifications
fluidified
fluidifies
fluidify
fluidifying
fluidise
fluidised
fluidised-bed boiler
fluidises
fluidising
fluidism
fluidities
fluidity (current term)
fluidization
fluidizations
fluidize
fluidized
fluidized bed
fluidizer
fluidizers
fluidizes
fluidizing
fluidless
fluidlike
fluidly
fluidness
fluidnesses

Literary usage of Fluidity

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1914)
"The left half of the figure, which corresponds to low fluidity and ... At the highest pressures, the fluidity is not greatly affected by a change in the ..."

2. Conductivity and Viscosity in Mixed Solvents: A Study of the Conductivity by Harry Clary Jones, Charles Fowler Lindsay, Charles Geiger Carroll, Harry Preston Bassett, Eugene Cook Bingham, Charles August Rouiller, Leroy McMaster, William Reed Veazey (1907)
"Comparison of the temperature coefficients of conductivity and fluidity. Table 77 shows that the temperature coefficients of fluidity and conductivity, ..."

3. An Autobiography by Herbert ( Spencer (1904)
"APPENDIX J. THE FORM OF THE EARTH NO PROOF OF ORIGINAL fluidity. [From the " Philosophical Magasine" for March, 1847.] It has been generally considered that ..."

4. The Freezing-point Lowering, Conductivity, and Viscosity of Solutions of by Harry Clary Jones (1913)
"(3) The same is true of the fluidity curves. (4) The temperature coefficients of conductivity of solutions in pure glycerol are very large, ..."

5. Encyclopædia Britannica: Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and by Colin MacFarquhar, George Gleig (1797)
"Theories have been invented, by which fluidity was ... heat in the air evidently left it, to flow into the ice in the bottle, and reduced it to fluidity. ..."

6. The Manufacture and Properties of Iron and Steel by Harry Huse Campbell (1903)
"there is an equilibrium established between the oxidizing power of the flame, the reducing power of the metalloids, and the struggle after fluidity. ..."

7. The Manufacture and Properties of Iron and Steel by Harry Huse Campbell (1903)
"there is an equilibrium established between the oxidizing power of the flame, the reducing power of the metalloids, and the struggle after fluidity. ..."

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