What is the SI unit for dynamic viscosity?
Viscosity: The property that represents the internal resistance of a fluid to motion (i.e. fluidity) is called viscosity. There are two types of viscosity:
Dynamic viscosity: It is the property of a fluid that offers resistance to the movement of one layer of fluid over an adjacent layer of the fluid.
Newton is the absolute unit of force in the International System.
Stoke is the C.G.S unit of Kinematic Viscosity.
The pascal is the SI-derived unit of pressure