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How much CO2 ppm do human lungs exhale on average?

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It depends on a number of factors such as age, heart rate and depth of breathing. However, on average a human being exhales around 40,000 PPM of CO2.
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When you exhale where does the CO2 come from?

  Red blood cells collect CO2 when they distribute oxygen throughout the body. The CO2 is transferred from the red blood cells to the alveoli in the lungs, and then exhale

When the lungs inhale oxygen what does it exhale as a waste?

The lungs largely exhale carbon dioxide and water vapor along with  the non-oxygen components of the air taken in (such as nitrogen).

What happens to cause air to be exhaled from the lungs?

  the diaphragm relaxes and that causes the ribcage to compress (get smaller) this pushes air out, and you have exhailed

How much CO2 is exhaled by the average human each year?

It would depend on the person's size and how active they are. Find the CO2 rates for an hour during sleep and being awake, multiply them by whatever you need and you'll figure

How much does an average human weigh?

The average weight for an adult male is 189.8 pounds. The average weight for an adult female is 162.9 pounds.

How much does a human lung weigh?

An adult human lung weighs about 1.1 kilograms on the average. The left lung will weigh about 1.05 kg and the right lung weighs about 1.15 kg. The right lung has one more sect

Average weight human lung?

The human lungs weighs 2.5 pounds.

How do humans exhale?

  Answer   Inhalation is caused by a reduction in air pressure inside the lungs by increasing their volume through diaphragm contraction. Exhalation is cause by the d
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How much co2 does a human produce?

The average Canadian produces approximately 23 tonnes of Greenhouse gasses.

What would happen to the pH of cells if CO2 was not carried away from the cells by the circulatory system and exhaled after being passed into the lungs?

Carbon dioxide and water can lead to carbonic acid. This acid can  give you a condition called Acidosis. Acidosis is when your blood  becomes slightly acidic, not slightly b