Compare and contrast inhaled and exhaled air?

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Inhaled air contains mainly oxygen to be extracted. Exhaled air is mainly carbon dioxide as the waste product of breathing.
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How is inhaled air different from exhale air?

Air in the atmosphere is a mix of about 78% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, and 0.038% carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) . When air is breathed in (inhaled) oxygen is absorbed by

What happens when you inhale the air you exhale?

The air you exhale normally contains 19% less oxygen than inhaled air, with a 4% to 5% level of carbon dioxide and other gases, along with added water vapor. (Which is why you

How do inhaled and exhaled air differ?

The percentage of O 2 and CO 2 differ greatly in inhalation and exhalation. CO 2 levels tend to be higher in exhaled air as it is a metabolic waste product. O 2 levels ten

What is exhaled air and inhaled air?

Exhaled air - is the carbon dioxide that we breath out as a product of cellular respiration. Inhaled air is the oxygen we take in that is required for the process of cellular

Why is air inhaled and exhaled?

Air is inhaled to use the oxygen for cell respiration. Then carbon dioxide and water (products of cell respiration) are breathed out because they are waste products.

What are the components of inhaled and exhaled air?

What we breathe in is far from pure oxygen, but roughly by volume 78 per cent nitrogen, 21 per cent oxygen, 0.965 per cent argon and 0.04 per cent carbon dioxide (plus some he
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What does exhaled air and inhaled air contain?

The air we inhale is roughly composed of (by volume): 78% nitrogen 21% oxygen 0.96% argon 0.04% carbon dioxide, helium ,water, and other gases The permanent gases i

What are the changes would you expect if you compared inhaled air with exhaled air?

You expect the oxygen from exhaled air to be replaced by carbon bi oxide. There is physical limitation to this because of the physiological dead space. Fishes do not have it.