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Element used in match heads rubber tires and insecticides?
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Regular paint is not a good option for tires as they do not stick very well to one another. Carbon black is added to make a tire black and I have found that ink will "stain" t…he tire better than paint and last much longer.
because it grips on the road and tyres need that, also it doesnt heat up and burn as easily, plus it is flexible and air and water tight
sulfur is the element that is used in insecticides.
I think it is sulfur... not sure though. you should check. that's just what I am guessing since it is very flammable, and could be used to kill insects if certain subs…tances were added to it. As for rubber tires it could be added to another substance too and could make a rubbery material such as these tires. Although I am unsure, I am pretty sure it is sulfur or something related to sulfur in this case. I hope my answer helped you.
goodrich Charles Goodyear invented the process for making rubber that he named vulcanization. Goodrich then made the rubber last longer by adding carbon. Goodrich also invent…ed synthetic rubber.
Sulphur is used in vulcanization of rubber
Sulphur, in a process called vulcanization.
You should take them to a disposal centre
Nothing else has the same properties as rubber
Hi there :D Rubber is a hydrocarbon therefore hydrogen and carbon. Also some rubber is hardened. This is called vulcinisation and it uses sulphur. If you would like a free lec…ture on this or just dancy a chat do not hesistate to call: 07801511359 Many thanks James Cockerton
It is used to make a moulded shape around a fabric and steel wire 'skeleton' to end up as a flexible tire.