posted by Anonymous on .
WHAT IS THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN FRICTION AND DIFFERENT SURFACES?
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Different pairs of contacting surfaces have difference friction coefficients, and the difference is even greater if they are wet or lubricated. Your question is too vague to tell you more than that. A Google search will provide you with a lot more information.