The theory of the oscillating viscometer has been extended for a slip boundary condition. The cases considered here are: an infinite disk, an infinite cylinder, a sphere, and a pile of infinite disks. This study has prepared the way for the formulation of a new method for measuring the amount of slip experienced by bodies moving in gases outside the continuum regime. The theory of Kestin and Wang [11] has been extended to include slip at the boundary.

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