Friction that exists between two surfaces in contact, when there is no relative motion between them is called as?

The friction that exists between two surfaces in contact, when there is no relative motion between them is called static friction. Only when the relative motion starts the sliding friction starts to act. It acts on both the surfaces in contact with equal magnitude and opposite directions.  When two surfaces move relative to each other, or they have a tendency to move relative to each other.

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