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In the side of the balloon, there are fewer polymer molecules. In other words, the tape reinforces the cross links, and the balloon stays together.
Balloon and pin experiment (air pressure experiment for kids)
Is it possible to stick a needle through a balloon without popping it? Do you think there is a way to stick a sharp pin through the side of a balloon without popping it? However, enough cross-links remain so that the balloon holds together. Therefore, there is less force pulling on it.
Does the balloon pop? Put a small piece of cellophane tape on the side of the balloon and press it down well. When you push the tip of the skewer through the rubber in the side of the balloon and the skewer breaks a few of the cross-links, the tension on the remaining cross-links is too great, and the balloon pops.
If you are careful, you should be able to push the skewer all the way through the balloon without popping it. Now take the pin and press it through the tape and into the balloon. The tape sticks to the rubber in the balloon and will not allow the rubber to stretch to the breaking point when the pin pierces the balloon.
Balloon and pin experiment
Insert the skewer with a gentle twisting motion into the end of the balloon opposite the knot. Does it look lighter or darker than the rubber in the rest of the balloon?
Continue pushing and twisting the skewer until the tip emerges from the other end, near the knot. Why doesn't the balloon pop?
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This allows the tip of the skewer to break some polymer cross-links, push aside the molecules of rubber, and slide into the balloon. When the force or tension pulling on the cross-links is too great, they will break, and the polymer will pull apart. Blow up a balloon — not too full — and tie the opening shut.
These links hold the polymer molecules together and allow them to stretch…up to a point. The rubber in the balloon consists of many long molecules that are linked together. It's similar to the way all of the noodles in a plate of spaghetti stick together. Have you ever seen someone pop a balloon with a needle?
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These long molecules are called polymers; when molecules of a polymer are chemically attached to each other, it is called cross-linking. Dip the tip of a skewer in Vaseline and spread the Vaseline along the entire length of the skewer.
You will need the following materials:. The rubber at the ends of the balloon is stretched out less than in the middle of the balloon.
Look at the rubber near the ends of the balloon where you first inserted the skewer.