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Cold welding or contact welding is a solid-state welding process in which joining takes place without fusion/heating at the interface of the two parts to be welded. ... that two clean, flat surfaces of similar metal would strongly adhere if brought into ... is no way for the atoms to “know” that they are in different pieces of copper.

www.coolsciencefacts.com/2006/metal.html

In space, if unprotected pieces of metal touch each other, they stick together ... This doesn't happen on Earth, because the oxygen in our atmosphere forms an ... If the atoms of two metal objects come in contact with each other, what you ...

www.quora.com/If-two-metals-touch-in-space-they-fuse-Why

I'd second the notion that objects spontaneously sticking in vacuum ("cold welding") is not ... In space, if unprotected pieces of metal touch each other, they stick together permanently. This doesn't happen on Earth, because the oxygen in our atmosphere forms an extremely thin film of oxidized metal on every exposed  ...

www.mindblowing-facts.org/2013/01/if-two-pieces-of-metal-touch-in-space-they-get-stuck-together-permanently

If two pieces of metal touch in space, they get stuck together PERMANENTLY. ... On the contrary, it is also believed that nothing of this sort actually happens.

physics.stackexchange.com/questions/261587/if-two-pieces-of-the-same-type-of-metal-touch-in-space-will-they-bond-and-be-pe

If two pieces of the same type of metal touch in space, will they bond and ... It is not true that this happens spontaneously, but on the other hand ...

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Jun 13, 2016 ... COLD / VACUUM WELDING - Can metals fuse together in space, well In ... In space if unprotected pieces of metal touch each other, they can ...

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Sep 20, 2015 ... ELI5: Why do most of the ads on TV sound/look like they are made for ... If two pieces of the same type of metal touch in outer space, they will bond .... The reason this doesn't happen on earth is because the outer layers of ...

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2. Can a conductor be charged? If so, how would you charge a conductor? If not, why not? ... They are close enough together to interact, but not close enough to touch. Draw ... After combing your hair briskly, the comb will pick up small pieces of paper. a. ... A negatively charged plastic rod touches a neutral piece of metal.

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Sep 25, 2013 ... Discover if metals can fuse together in space now by reading on. ... In practice, this rarely happens on Earth because most metals form a protective oxide ... of course, if you deliberately polished it off then, yes, the two metals would fuse together, ... Tags: cold, do they, fuse, metals, Space, together, welding ...

www.reddit.com/r/askscience/comments/4qr5in/two_of_the_same_type_of_metals_will_bond_together

Jul 1, 2016 ... Says that if two of the same type of metals touch in space they will bond together permanently! ... The two pieces of metal would start sharing electrons, thus becoming one ... Does this happen with non-metals or compounds?