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How can you prove that a air takes space?
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How can you prove air is matter?
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How can you prove that air takes up space?
How can air not take up space. I mean, does nitrogen takes up space? So you would think that if you can condense, it then it takes up space. If it did not take up space then your lungs would fill up with nothingness which is a vacuum causing your lungs to rupture and your whole body ,would ,essentially decompress ( also it causes atmospheric pressure).
How do you prove that air is matter with an experiment?
Matter is anything that has volume and weight. To prove that air occupies space. Simply blow a balloon to prove air occupies space. To prove air has weight Tie a inflated balloons to a ruler and burst one of them. The side of the ruler with an inflated balloon will move down. To prove that air has weight.