Q. 6

Write or false for the following statements:

The force of friction is smaller in solids than in liquids.

Answer :

False

Force of friction is greater in solids than in liquids because solids have greater surface area than liquids. More the surface area more is the friction. Moreover, liquids are smooth in comparison to solids and therefore their friction is less.


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