The syrupiness of water and it determines the mobility of the water. When the temperature rises, the viscosity degrades; this means that water will be more mobile at higher temperatures. Viscosity measures the quantity of friction alongside bordering layers of a fluid, with high viscosity describing friction between two layers at a high point. As a result, the liquid flows in a slow manner. However, low viscosity results in much faster flow rates due to the less friction involved. An example of this two processes are honey and water.