A liquids resistance flow defines the bulky property known as viscosity. It is the overall resistance to flow, movement and the change in shape. Its resistance to flow is determined by the internal friction between molecules that is caused by movement in a fluid that forces adjacent parts of a liquid to move along with it. Liquids such as honey or hair gel are high in viscosity and referred to as vicious (Libretexts). Viscosity is dependant on the strength of intermolecular forces and the shape of a liquids composite molecules. Molecules that are capable to form hydrogen bonds have a greater viscosity. Honey, for example, is mainly composed of glucose and fructose that contain 5 hydrogen bonds in each making it viscous.