What is Friction in Physics? - Science for Kids | Educational Videos by Mocomi

What is Friction in Physics? – Science for Kids | Educational Videos by Mocomi

what is friction friction is a reason we are not constantly slipping and sliding on floors roads and everywhere friction is the force that is created when two surfaces move or try to move across each other the amount of friction produced during this process depends on the texture of both the surfaces and the amount of contact force that is pushing the two surfaces together the force acts in the opposite direction to the way an object wants to slide when you want to stop your bicycle you press the brake and your bicycle slows down because of the friction created between the brakes and the wheels different solid objects experience different amount of frictions an eraser on a glass top table will experience more friction than a coin which will experience more friction than an ice cube on the same table why do you slip in a ball when the flow has just been mopped this is because liquid creates a barrier between the ground and your shoes and makes the friction a lot less it is the cause of less friction that you hear of many accidents during monsoons even though the friction of the grapes is still there the brakes may be wet and the vehicle not earn as much contact with the ground because of the water project slide a coin across a module flow and then slide the same coin across the concrete pavement what difference do you notice why does this happen


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