Adhesion and cohesion are two fundamental forces that contribute to the effectiveness of bonding between different substances. Both these forces play a crucial role in determining the overall strength and stability of a bond. The combination of adhesion and cohesion creates an intermolecular attraction that allows substances to adhere to each other, forming strong bonds. Adhesion ensures that different materials can stick together, while cohesion ensures that the molecules within a material can hold tightly together. Thus, it is the synergy between adhesion and cohesion forces that determine the bonding effectiveness in various contexts and to various materials.