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A balloon is a flexible bag that may be inflated and filled with helium, hydrogen, nitrous oxide, oxygen, or air. For specialized activities, balloons can be filled with smoke, liquid water, granular media (such as sand, flour, or rice), or light sources. Modern balloons are made of a number of materials, such as rubber, latex, polychloroprene, or nylon fabric, and are available in a wide range of colors. Some of the early balloons were made from dry animal bladders, such as the pig bladder. Some balloons are used for amusement or adornment, while others are employed for practical purposes such as weather forecasting, medical treatment, military defense, or transportation. A balloon’s features, such as its low density and low cost, have led to a wide range of applications.

In 1824, while conducting experiments with different gases, Michael Faraday invented the rubber balloon. He designed them specifically for use in the lab.

Balloons are used to adorn birthday parties, weddings, corporate events, school events, and other happy occasions. Artists who use round balloons are referred to as “stackers,” whereas those who use pencil balloons are referred to as “twisters.” Due to the limited availability of the non-renewable natural resource helium, balloon artists have begun to produce air-filled balloon decorations. The most common types of balloon décor include arches, columns, centerpieces, balloon drops, sculptures, and balloon bouquets. Due to a rising aptitude for balloon twisting as well as balloon stacking, the deco-evolution twister manifests itself as a combination of stacking and twisting techniques to generate new and fascinating balloon décor choices.

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Decorative rainbow-colored arches made of party balloons were used for the LGBT pride parade in So Paulo, Brazil.
The majority of party balloons are made of natural latex from rubber trees and may be filled with air, helium, water, or any other suitable liquid or gas. Due to the rubber’s elasticity, the volume may be changed.

Twisting balloons may be used to create décor centerpieces for parties and give them a more unique aspect than foil balloons.
“Party Balloons” is a term used to describe a twirling balloon or a pencil balloon. These balloons are used to create a variety of forms and figures for parties and gatherings, generally as part of the entertainment.

The balloon can be inflated with air, compressed gas, or a manual or electrical inflator (such as a hand pump).

When helium is pumped into rubber or plastic balloons to make them float, their buoyancy generally lasts only a day or two, if at all. The confined helium atoms can escape through small holes in the latex that are larger than the helium atoms. Balloons that have been filled with air survive far longer, sometimes up to a week.

Even the most perfect rubber balloon will lose gas into the environment at some point. Diffusion is the process by which a substance or solute migrates over a barrier or membrane from a high-concentration region to a lower concentration region.

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