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Old 09-10-2007, 10:21 PM   #31
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That is actually a characteristic of viscosity not expansion. There is no increase in volume, but rather a change in "flow". Compression is another matter that isn't a factor here in the pan.
We're in agreement here, Keltin.
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We're in agreement here, Keltin.
Then, as my UK friends would say, Cheers mate! Care for an ale????
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Then, as my UK friends would say, Cheers mate!
Cheers, yourself, mate! (Hoisting Guinness!)
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