i would say yes, because cardboard material is sturdy enough to hold the rocket in shape and it is flexible enough to curve into a cylindrical shape.
plastic, paper, wood, cardboard, and rubber are all good insulators
not unless it's been specially treated. cardboard is just thicker and more rigid paper.
paper or cardboard are good options.
because it can get soaked an loose up.
paper burns faster as there is less mass to burn and less energy in paper, if it were wood, due to the mass of the wood it would burn longer and brighter and less lengthened and less brighter for cardboard.
it may be that whatever substance just tastes good or the person is suffering from pica. hope i helped
it depends what kind of cardboard. it shouldn't have any dyes in it, so like a toilet paper roll, umm im preety sure no corrogated cardboard either but not 100%..pretty much your thin, basic brown cardboard is fine. paper bags are god too, as well as newspaper. hope this helps :) news paper isn't good for guinea pigs because of the ink in it.
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softwood is ideal for making writing and printing paper, it works really good.
yes cardboard is a good insulator, it is good becausethe cardboard restricts air flow and holds the air in and air is an insulator. the cardboard holds air between the layers.
if you're thinking of doing so, i'd use cardboard for a good example.
by making it as good as they can
it is only if you buy recycled cardboard.
cardboard is a good insulator because it does not allow electrical current to travel through it.
don't know if it is the best but newspaper is a very good insulator and generally easy and cheap or free to get. cardboard is alo very good.
yes. much of the "pulpwood" is pine used to make paper pulp.
a good item for a cell membrane would be a thin plastic or cardboard
because it is soft and easily rubs of onto the paper
make a pinhole camera by putting a pinhole in your piece of cardboard. hold a piece of paper one meter away from the cardboard. your pin-hole camera will cast an image of the sun on your paper. measure the diameter of the image cast on your paper. the ratio of the sun's actual diameter to its distance from the earth is the same as the ratio of the diameter of the sun's image to the distance between the cardboard and the image. in other words, the diameter of the sun (x) divided by the distance from the earth to the sun is equal to the diameter of your image divided by the distance from the pinhole to the image. good luck.
cardboard is good for packaging because it is biodegradable as well as recyclable. it is also less expensive compared to other packaging materials.
yes. if you just put it in an envelope and mail it there is a good chance it will rub through the paper so be sure to place it inside a cardboard insert to prevent this from happening.
metal in a microwave oven is not a good idea. many sparks. may cause a fire, especially if there is also paper or cardboard involved.
yes it is a good conductor of heat