No it does not. It will actually reduce the friction between them.
Oil is mainly used to reduce friction between contacting surface, e.g., metal on metal - not to reduce air friction.
friction between tissues
Cartilage reduce friction between bones because without it the bones would rub against.
Cartilage in joints REDUCE friction.
It reduces the coefficient of friction.
yes it can also reduce friction especially when its slippery, cleats reduce the surface area that are in contact between the shoes and the ground surface?
LubricantLubricants are substances that are applied to surfaces to reduce friction between themLubricant
yes it reduces friction between bones, and also, synovial fluid reduces friction at the joints as well.
No, sand does not reduce friction but increase friction.