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Sir, It is natural that a block having same width as a groove, when placed in the groove, will fit tightly and will thus, not slide in it. But what is the scientific explanation for tight fitting of the block in the groove?

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It is natural that a block having same width as a groove, when placed in the groove, will fit tightly and will thus, not slide in it. But what is the scientific explanation for tight fitting of the block in the groove?

Grade:11

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Ashwin Sinha
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11 years ago

Dear Anurag Roy,

It's the interlockings of irregularities of open surfaces of both the objects!!!!!

 

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