coefficient of sliding friction

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A measure of how easily two surfaces slide against each other. For any two surfaces, the coefficient of sliding friction is less than the coefficient of limiting friction. Consequently, it is easier to keep a body sliding along a surface than it is to start the body sliding.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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