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Adhesion(bonding etc.) of materials without frictional force?
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Jun19-13, 09:44 AM
I am studying material physics.
I heard in the class that every adhesion or bonding can occur only with frictional force.
Today, I tried to find a proper reference for this statement but I could not.
Is there any reference that every adhesion or bonding(esp. Injective moldings) can occur only with frictional force?
Or is there any way that can happen without frictional force?
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