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Hydrostatic friction: why do water droplets stay at rest on an inclined glass surface?
Tjis is a non-expert question on a (seemingly simple) text-book topic. The question is about "hydrostatic friction", defined as follows. Consider a drop of water resting on a flat surface. If the ...
Sep 5 '11 at 17:26
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