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2016-04-08T19:01:28+05:30
When air is blown into the balloon, the air molecules constantly collide with the inner rubber walls, exert pressure and keep the balloon inflated.

When the air is removed, there is no kind of pressure which keeps the balloon inflated. So it collapses
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2016-04-09T08:44:21+05:30
When air is blown into the balloon, the air molecules constantly collide with the inner rubber walls, exert pressure and keep the balloon inflated.
When the air is removed, there is no kind of pressure which keeps the balloon inflated. So it collapses
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