Why don’t metals bond when touched together?

Posted by Pinki | Updated on

I think that mere¬†touching¬†does not bring the surfaces close enough. The surface of a metal is not perfect usually. Maybe it has an oxide layer that resists any kind of reaction. If the metal is extremely pure and if you bring two pieces of it extremely close together, then they will join together. It’s also called cold welding.

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