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<p>Relating surface tension and viscosity of liquids not only is important conceptually but it can also be used to test the validity of some measured data. Schonhorn modified Pelofsky's equation by introducing the concept of the vapor viscosity η<sub>v</sub> in equilibrium with the liquid, i.e.γ= Aexp(-B/(η<sub>l</sub>-η<sub>v</sub>)) This empirical relation can be applied to both organic and inorganic solutions of pure and mixed components. As surface tension is a strong function ofdoi:10.3329/cerb.v18i1.26217 fatcat:bpvjhk2kvbhqvhagjqhltaawem