Viscosity of wate as a function of temperature? (1 Viewer)

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Is there an equation that relates viscosity of water to temperature? If not, is there a reliable table somewhere on the internet? I'm searching for the viscosity at 20°C ± 3°C.
 
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The units of viscosity is Pa*s or kg/(m*s)

Pa*s = N*s/m^2 = kg*(m^2/s)/m^2 = kg/s

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pascal = N/m^2 = J/m^3 = kg/(m·s^2)
 

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