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Compare and contrast inhaled and exhaled air?
Inhaled air contains mainly oxygen to be extracted. Exhaled air is mainly carbon dioxide as the waste product of breathing.
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inhaled air:12 exhaled air:31
Inhaled air contains oxygen that is absorbed in the lungs and dissolved in the blood. Exhaled air rids the body of carbon monoxide.
Air in the atmosphere is a mix of about 78% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, and 0.038% carbon dioxide (CO2) When air is breathed in (inhaled) oxygen is absorbed b…y the lungs, exchanging it for waste carbon dioxide, carrying the CO2 away from the body when exhaled. Exhaled air has a CO2 content of about 5%, i.e. 125 times more CO2 than inhaled air.
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… can rebreathe it to control "hiccups".) Your body will continue to remove the remaining oxygen and add more carbon dioxide until the exhaled air is almost all nitrogen and CO2. So if you had only this air to breathe, your body would not be able to keep functioning and you could pass out and eventually die. This is the same situation as when one or more persons are trapped in a closed space with a limited amount of air. The considerable oxygen content (17%) in exhaled air allows mouth-to-mouth resuscitation in CPR.
The percentage of O2 and CO2 differ greatly in inhalation and exhalation. CO2 levels tend to be higher in exhaled air as it is a metabolic waste product. O2 levels tend to be …lower in exhaled air as it is absorbed from the air and used by the metabolism.
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 …respiration. Along with the oxygen we take in are other elements such as Nitrogen, which we don't use and it doesn't harm us. It's just a by product of breathing.
because when we inhale air all the dirt from the air is being transpor
Depends on which temperature it held to start with. In a Sauna exhaled air will be colder, in a walk-in freezer exhaled air will be warmer. How about in a lift? Wher…e isn't a relevant factor, only ambient temperature is. If the ambient temperature is colder than body core temperature, then exhaled air will be warmer. If ambient temperature is warmer than body core temperature then exhaled air will be colder.
okay, you breathe in, the air goes to your lungs, you breathe out, and the air comes out. sometimes it even comes out your wee wee, and that's called a QUEEF
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…lium, water and other gases). The permanent gases in air we exhale are roughly 78 per cent nitrogen, 15 to 18 per cent oxygen (we retain only a small amount), 4 to 5 per cent carbon dioxide and 0.96 per cent argon, the CO2 being of course used by plants during photosynthesis. We only use use up a little oxygen on what we actually breathe, and what we exhale, CO2 increases. And the other gases we breathe just goes in and out of our system.
Either through the nose or the mouth
You inhale by breathing in air and your lungs expand, you exhale by breathing out and your lungs decrease
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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 permane…nt gases in gas we exhale are roughly 4% to 5% more carbon dioxide and 4% to 5% less oxygen than was inhaled. This expired air typically composed of: 78% nitrogen 13.6% - 16% oxygen 4% - 5.3% carbon dioxide 1% argon and other gases
Our intake is roughly 78% nitrogen and 21% oxygen, and 1% othergases. The exahled air can vary a bit but it is about 78% nitrogen and 16%oxygen, 5% Carbon dioxide, and 1% oth…er gases.
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. …You expect the air to get saturated with water completely, subjected again to physiological dead space.