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Various cycles are used to obtain individual gases. Zeolites are used with compressed air streams to selectively remove water vapor, concentrate nitrogen, concentrate oxygen (and argon). For larger industrial processes, air is compressed to very high pressures, allowed to cool to ambient temperature, then the pressure is rapidly dropped. The gases liquify (or freeze into "snow"), and can be separated by boiling point (among other things) as needed.

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Gases get into the air through natural processes like volcanic eruptions, plant respiration, and ocean emissions, as well as human activities such as burning fossil fuels and industrial processes. These gases then mix in the atmosphere and contribute to the composition of the air we breathe.

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basicly to breathe, to give carbon dioxide to plants, or else we wouldn't survive..... if we didn't have any trees, all organisms would die... and if we didn't have organisms we would starve and extinction would happen with the animals.... if we didnt have tress we would die.

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Polluted Gases

Power plants burning coal and cars burning fuel eject there waste into the air.

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