Rubber — kidcyber

Rubber products seal jars are used in toys and paints and for recreation Sponge and foam rubbers are used to make bedding and other furniture cushions and pillows and as insulation Recycling Rubber Making new rubber from recycled rubber can cost half of what it takes to make natural or synthetic rubber

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15 Amazing Facts About Orchids

15 Amazing Facts About Orchids Did you know that certain species of Orchid can survive up to 100 years? And that Orchids have the largest variety of flowers with the number of officially documented species standing at an amazing 25 000 plus? With so much variety it should be no surprise that there are some amazing facts about Orchids that are

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Amazing Singapore Facts That Will Probably Surprise You!

Facts Singapore: Marina Bay Sands is the most famous hotel in the ASEAN region One of the cool facts about Singapore is the next one! If you have ever been to South East Asia or at least read something about this area of the world you must have heard of the Marina Bay Sands This is the most famous hotel not only in Singapore but also in the whole ASEAN

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Duck Facts Worksheets Habitat Species For Kids

It is packed with over 19 pages of facts information and trivia focusing on characteristics of Ducks and key features of this wonderful Animal This is an excellent addition to your studies and will help you understand everything you need to about Ducks and the different types of Duck species

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Why Do Rubber Bands Lose Their Elasticity? Science ABC

11/23/2019Natural rubber comes in the form of a runny white milky substance called "latex" and can be found in very small quantities in other plants but rubber trees hold huge amounts of rubber molecules in a colloidal suspension (roughly 30%) making it the most popular and efficient source for extracting rubber When the ancient residents noticed the unusual bouncing and stretching properties

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Rubber Chemistry

What makes rubber so elastic? Like plastic rubber is a polymer which is a chain of repeating units called monomers In rubber the monomer is a carbon compound called isoprene that has two carbon-carbon double bonds The latex fluid that seeps from rubber trees has many isoprene molecules

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Rubber tappers in the Brazilian Amazon discover the value

Communities diversify income through increased access to new techniques that promote better use of natural resources and less deforestation Brazil's western Amazonian state of Acre has some of the world's richest biodiversity The state's economy is based on forest products―mainly rubber Brazil nuts and timber―that are harvested by rubber tapper communities

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Facts about Carl Linnaeus for Kids

Fun Facts Carl Linnaeus was born in Sweden in 1707 His father was a Lutheran minister and an avid gardener Carl inherited his father's love of plants As a young child his parents would offer him a flower when he was upset The flowers seemed to calm him Carl's father taught him at home until he was 11 He learned Latin geography and

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rubber: Chemistry and Properties

In general synthetic rubber has the following advantages over natural rubber: better aging and weathering more resistance to oil solvents oxygen ozone and certain chemicals and resilience over a wider temperature range The advantages of natural rubber are less buildup of heat from flexing and greater resistance to tearing when hot

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Just Say No To Rubber Mulch

Rubber mulch promotes recycling -- and provides an excellent model for recycling all of those spent fuel rods piling up at nuclear plants (Give your garden that special glow!) Unlike natural mulches rubber mulch doesn't decompose so it's sustainable It doesn't add any nasty organic matter to the soil the way bark and pine straw do

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Ocelot Facts For Kids: Information Pictures Video

8/31/2018Ocelot Information For Kids The ocelot is a medium-sized member of the family and is about twice as large as the average housecat It measures from 20-40 inches long with a tail length of 15 inches and weighs between 20-25 lbs

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Make Plastic Activity

Check out our range of fun chemistry lesson plans that feature interesting chemistry facts and cool activities for kids Plastic Making Activity Help kids make plastic with this fun science activity Students can learn about the properties of plastic while making their own as part of a enjoyable chemistry lesson plan and project

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66 Sugar Facts that Will Surprise You

10/3/2016The World Health Organization (WHO) recommends people consume less sugar than is found in one regular soda per day [16] Just one 12 oz can of soda a day adds enough sugar to a person's diet to boost their odds of developing heart disease by one third [16] Americans consume most sugar (33%) through regular soft drinks followed by sugars and candy (16 1%) cakes cookies and

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Neoprene Traits and Applications

Neoprene rubber was the first synthetic rubber invented in 1930 in response to rising demand for natural rubber Neoprene is a non-toxic synthetic material used everywhere from the clothing to medical to marine to automotive industries Produced from a combination of carbon hydrogen and chlorine polymers it's popular across industry

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How to

Hair Facts Going Natural Rubber Bands Box Braids Braid Styles Hair Tips Hair Ideas Hair And Nails Hairstyles Lil Hairstyles Black Kids Hairstyles Natural Hairstyles For Kids Kids Braided Hairstyles My Hairstyle Creative Hairstyles Kids Crochet Hairstyles Curly Haircuts Natural Hair Styles Kids Homepage - Voice of Hair

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Oil

These cool facts and more will get kids thinking about how oil really makes the world go round Starting with how oil is formed over millions of years deep in the Earth this issue then investigates oil's role throughout history – including its use as a sealant for mummies and medicine for indigestion

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John Dunlop and Charles Goodyear: The Inventors of Tires

Goodrich also invented the first synthetic rubber tires in 1937 made of a patented substance called Chemigum The first snow tires for passenger cars Hakkapeliitta was invented by a Finnish company (now Nokian) in 1936 The tire is considered one of the best in the industry and is still in production today

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Kids' Health

3/9/2018Kids say Dr Kate says What is sugar? The food that we call sugar is a carbohydrate (car-bow-hy-drate) called sucrose (soo-krose) which is made up from 2 smaller carbohydrates – fructose (fruk-toze) and glucose (gloo-coze) Glucose is used by our body for energy and fructose is quickly changed into glucose in our body

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Interesting Alexandrite Facts and History

Natural alexandrite is rarer than diamonds and more costly than emerald ruby and sapphire Any alexandrite more than three carats is highly uncommon Smaller stones are more readily available to commercial jewelers Top-quality natural Alexandrite can cost more than $30 000 per carat

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Why Do Rubber Bands Lose Their Elasticity? Science ABC

11/23/2019Natural rubber comes in the form of a runny white milky substance called "latex" and can be found in very small quantities in other plants but rubber trees hold huge amounts of rubber molecules in a colloidal suspension (roughly 30%) making it the most popular and efficient source for extracting rubber When the ancient residents noticed the unusual bouncing and stretching properties

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Natural rubber Facts for Kids

Natural rubber also called by other names of India rubber latex Amazonian rubber caucho or caoutchouc as initially produced consists of polymers of the organic compound isoprene with minor impurities of other organic compounds plus water Thailand and Indonesia are two of the leading rubber producers Forms of polyisoprene that are used as natural rubbers are classified as elastomers

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Geography for Kids: Nigeria

The Geography of Nigeria Total Size: 923 768 square km Size Comparison: slightly more than twice the size of California Geographical Coordinates: 10 00 N 8 00 E World Region or Continent: Africa General Terrain: southern lowlands merge into central hills and plateaus mountains in southeast plains in north Geographical Low Point: Atlantic Ocean 0 m

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The Many Uses of Rubber

Natural rubber production begins with the tapping of the matured rubber trees of South East Asia and Africa Workers tap the trees by making an incision which cause the slow flow of the milky fluid called latex after enough of the latex is collected in pails the water is then removed from it and the latex is then turned into raw rubber

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