Soccer balls do not contain helium. if they did, they would float like a balloon!
Actually, that's not true. A soccer ball would NOT float like a balloon--they weigh too much. It would, however, increase the distance ever so slightly over that of a regular air filled soccer ball. Eventually over time, the helium would dissipate, much like a helium balloon that slowly falls to the ground.
Select soccer balls are the lightest
Building a helium atom model is one of the more simple projects kids and parents will face for school. A helium atom contains two protons, two neutrons and two electrons. The nucleus of a helium atom consists of the protons and neutrons. This will be the four center Styrofoam(TM) or foam craft balls in the model. The electrons will be the two outer balls that are stationed on the rings. To build the helium atom model pictured you will need the following supplies mentioned in this article. http://www.associatedcontent.com/article/1046660/how_to_build_a_helium_atom_model.html?cat=58
Building a helium atom model is one of the more simple projects kids and parents will face for school. A helium atom contains two protons, two neutrons and two electrons. The nucleus of a helium atom consists of the protons and neutrons. This will be the four center Styrofoam(TM) or foam craft balls in the model. The electrons will be the two outer balls that are stationed on the rings. To build the helium atom model pictured you will need the following supplies.Supply list to build a helium atom modelBanana tree2 - five inch crafts rings.4 - One and a half inch Styrofoam(TM) or foam craft balls to make the neutrons and protons3 - One inch Styrofoam(TM) or foam craft balls to make electrons (Use of the extra craft ball will be explained later)Red, blue and green craft paint (Spray paint is not recommended)4 to 6 toothpicksFishing line or threadClear tapeDull bladed knifeStraight pinsGluePaint your foam craft ballsPaint two of the large one and a half inch balls red. Paint two more of the one and a half inch balls blue. These are your protons and neutrons for the helium atom model. Next, paint three of the small one inch foam balls green. Two of these will form the electrons for the helium atom model. Be sure to paint the extra foam craft ball for use later. Allow to dry.Holding the two craft rings, push one ring inside the otherWhen in position, add a strip of tape to hold in place.Connect your four large foam craft balls with toothpicksPut together one red and one blue ball by pushing a toothpick all the way in. Do the other red and blue ball the same way. Once these are connected, take toothpicks and connect the two separate pieces. Your colors should alternate so that you do not have two reds or two blues side by side. These four foam craft balls form the nucleus for the helium atom model.Attach fishing line and hangLoop the string through the middle of the four connected balls and tie. Hang this from the hook on the banana tree.Add smaller foam craft balls on ringsTake the two smaller foam craft balls for your electrons and carve an indentation half way through the balls. This will allow them to slip onto the rings. Once in place, take the extra foam ball and carve out a tiny wedge to glue over the opening on the electrons. Remember that only one ball should be on each ring.Assemble and labelHang the metal rings on the banana tree and adjust the helium atom model. Label your helium atom model and use straight pins to keep in place.Construction of this helium atom model should not take more than an hour. I made this helium atom model for under ten dollars using many of the things I found in my own home. Be creative and search out things you already have on hand to keep expenses to a minimal. Remember to enjoy the time spent building your helium atom and have fun with your kids along the way.
Helium is composed of helium
helium in a jar diff from helium atom
No. Helium floats up. but if you meant the mouth blown yes. But you can get those soccer balls inside a net.
No, soccer balls are filled with ordinary air If they were filled with helium, they would float into the skyHelium filled soccer balls would certainly not "fly into the sky"! The difference in mass of an air filled ball and one filled with helium would be but a few grams! But the helium (having a much smaller molecule than those that comprise air) would leak out of the bladder more quickly. In addition Helium is much more expensive than compressed air.
No, Soccer balls contain oxygen and carbon dioxide. If they contained helium they would most likely float away.
There is no specific collective noun for soccer balls, in which case a noun suitable for the situation is used; for example a sack of soccer balls, a bin of soccer balls, a rack of soccer balls, etc.
Soccer balls are made out of rubber
Soccer balls were made out of pig bladders back then.
there are over 10,000,000 soccer balls in the entire world
If there are no spaces between the soccer balls then somewhere in the 6,000.