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Why a glass slips from our hands if we hold it with soapy water

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Question asked by: vinayreem1

Asked on: 07 Jun 2010

The soapy water fills the irregularities on the surface of the glass thus reducing the force of friction. So it slps from our hand
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Replied at: 13 Jun 2010
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