Reactions Science Videos | May 01, 2018
If you’re in a car accident, you want to be sure your airbags protect you. And they work because of chemistry, with some physics thrown in. This week on Reactions, we’re talking the science of airbags. And remember: Airbags are meant to work in conjunction with seatbelts, so buckle up! Check to see if your car is part of the Takata airbag recall: https://www.nhtsa.gov/recalls
How an Airbag Sensor Works
Gas Laws Save Lives: The Chemistry Behind Airbags
How do air bags work?
The History of Airbags
What Are Air Bags and How They Work?
A Short History of the Airbag
A Brief History of Air Bags and The Future of Driverless Cars
Smell and Smells: Cars and Automobiles - Why do airbags smell?
The chemistry and mechanics of airbags
The Chemistry behind the Air Bag: High Tech in First-Year Chemistry
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