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Unformatted text preview: Related Research As we observed and learned from experiment, friction is a force that acts due to the intermolecular bonding of surfaces in contact and always acts opposite to the direction of the motion but always parallel with the surfaces in contact. So this force enables the object to move past a surface with an outside force applied to it thus friction is neutralizing it. As I surf the net I see a lot of applications of friction in life. Friction enables us to walk, to write, to drive, and to do all of the everyday things we do, thus saying friction is very necessary for us. Well, if there are good sides of friction there is also bad sides. Friction makes movement difficult for us, such us in moving heavy objects. It also wastes energy due to excess forces that needed to be applied, and as the Law of...
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