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An airbag is a vehicle safety device. It is a type of occupant restraint system that consists of a ..... An igniter starts a rapid chemical reaction generating primarily nitrogen gas (N2) to fill th...

Chemistry Behind Airbags

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Chemical Reactions to Generate the Gas to Fill an Airbag ... The automobile industry started in the late 1950's to research airbags and soon discovered that ...

The Chemistry of Airbags C11-2-09

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Inside the airbag is a gas generator containing a mixture of NaN3, KNO3, and SiO2. When the car undergoes a head-on collision, a series of three chemical ...

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Oct 12, 2011 ... Airbags save tens of thousands of lives a year. This is an inside look at the chemists who make the propellants that make the airbags work and ...

History & Future - Know the chemistry behind airbags

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Airbags have saved many lives since their introduction in early 1980s. Every car boasts of having an airbag. But do you know what an airbag is and how and ...

Should Takata Airbags Be Using Ammonium Nitrate as Propellant ...

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Jun 27, 2015 ... A volatile chemical compound is being used as propellant in airbags made by Takata, the company behind the massive auto recall in the ...

Air Bag Stoichiometry - AACT

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What is the chemistry behind an air bag? Write the balanced main chemical reaction and secondary reactions. Note: Not all air bags have the same secondary ...

The chemistry begind the air bag - ProQuest

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Madlung discusses how modern chemical technology can be used to illustrate the basic chemistry of air bags. The general processes of air bag deployment are  ...

reaction - Sodium azide to Nitrogen ratio in airbags - Chemistry ...

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Apr 25, 2016 ... Airbags are designed to protect the occupants of a car during a collision. ... Three chemical reactions occur rapidly after impact and produce ...

Re: What is the reaction that fills an automobile airbag?

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Aug 9, 1999 ... I have combined the material found in the literature into chemical ... The driver's airbag unit consists of an airbag, and a gas generator. The unit ...

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How do air bags work? - Scientific American

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Oct 25, 1999 ... Joseph S. Merola, a chemistry professor and associate dean of the College ... The chemical at the heart of the air bag reaction is called sodium ...

Airbag Inflation - How Airbags Work | HowStuffWorks

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Learn about airbag inflation, airbag design and what that powdery substance is. ... They needed a way to set off a chemical reaction that would produce the ...

The Chemistry behind the Air Bag: High Tech in First-Year Chemistry

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products of chemistry some by. Gsoaes B. KAUFFMAN. California State University, Fresno. Fresno, CA HST-ti]. The Chemistry behind the Air Bag. High Tech in ...