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It causes it to expand.
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Yes, temperature affects rubber. If you freeze rubber, it will become stiff, and if you heat it, it will soften and become more flexible.
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It starts to feel tacky. and it may melt/ stretch out.
rubber: cracks and becomes more elastic ink: becomes lighter paper: crumbles up
no water has no affect on rubber
wind has no affect on rubber
no they dont
by burning the rubber because it can affect our air
First, consider that a bouncing ball is an elastic system, that is, it deforms and returns to its original shape. The process of returning to its original shape is responsible… for the bounce, the faster it returns, the higher it bounces. For most solids, including a rubber ball, higher temperatures make it more plastic, or more easily deformed and less able to recover its original shape, therefore higher temperatures (hotter) will make the ball bounce less. Lower temperatures will make the solid more brittle or elastic, and make the ball bounce higher. These observations, however, are based on the assumption that the ball is solid and of uniform composition throughout. If the ball is hollow, the situation is much different. Within normal living conditions temperatures (about 10 degrees F to about 110 degrees F) the air inside the ball has a greater effect on bouncing. Low temperatures cause the air to become denser, thus reducing both volume and pressure inside the ball. This makes the ball partly deflate and when it is bounced, it deforms horizontally with little or no recovery, losing its bounce. At the higher temperatures, the air expands, increasing the pressure, thus the tension on the ball is greater and the bounce is significantly higher. Let me also point out that the surface upon which the ball is bounced influences the system as well. A steel ball or glass ball represents some of the more elastic systems we know, and they will bounce very high on a solid surface with enough mass to resist the force of the ball. If you drop a glass marble on a marble countertop, it will bounce very high. Dropping the marble on a carpeted floor, however, results in the marble just lying there. Again, the function is elasticity, even to the point of being brittle, that creates the ability to return to form and bounce. A rubber ball, being plastic in nature and easily stretched and deformed, depends on its lesser mass and will bounce from a less-than-optimum surface for impact recovery.
i think it burns after a while
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The type of 'effect' you have in mind isn't clear. -- Rubber is commonly used where electrical insulation is needed, so it's pretty certain that you're not going to encoun…ter a case where rubber is conducting current. -- If you put a piece of rubber in an electric toaster, it will definitely burn. But that's not the effect of the electricity. It's the effect of the heat developed by dissipating the energy of an electric current. -- Electricity will not make rubber jump down, spin around, glow, vibrate, communicate, hum, ionize, or become magnetic. So I would say that electricity does not affect rubber. I could be wrong.
the ink will soon fade, the rubber will lose its strechiness and the paper will stay white
No, it does not affect trees in any way. Rubber tappers are sure to leave the tree unharmed in any way. :)