Why does some friction occur with seemingly smooth surfaces?

Why does some friction occur with seemingly smooth surfaces?

Even surfaces that seem smooth have irregular bumps that you could see with a microscope, so friction occurs even with smooth-looking objects.

Even surfaces that seem smooth have different bumps that you could see with a microscope, so friction occurs even with smooth-looking objects.

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