When the ball hits the floor these ... If you drop a tennis ball and a bouncy ball on
the floor you'll notice that there's a ... So what makes rubber so different to other ...
Rubber balls bounce due to the release of pressure from rubber's molecules.
When rubber meets a stationary object, it builds compressed energy and
... balls made of elastic materials such as rubber bounce because the material
stretches ... The chemical make up of a ball determines how much the ball can be
Sep 9, 2013 ... Make sure that the meter stick starts with 0 is at the bottom. ... On average, the
rubber bouncy ball will bounce the highest, followed by the ping ...
Like many things made out of rubber, bouncy balls have very high elasticity, ... A:
The material used to make the ball and air pressure are the two things that ...
Drop a rubber ball and it bounces right back up. The properties of rubber that
make balls bounce are fairly straightforward, but the chemical and molecular ...
Dec 23, 2015 ... The elasticity of rubber makes it regain its shape quicker after hitting any surface
and the kinetic energy it contains pushes the ball up. Iron is ...
When two things collide, the kinetic energy involved in that collision must go
somewhere. ... Imagine a rubber ball hitting the floor and becoming stretched out.
... sound waves when a ball hits the ground will reflect back to make a good
Oct 30, 2013 ... Why does a rubber ball bounce back while a metallic ball simply falls down after
striking with the wall? I know it has got to do something with ...
If the ball is made from an elastic material, such as rubber, it springs back to its
initial shape. As the ball pushes on the bat, the bat pushes back on the ball.