How much air the lungs can hold up to.
Average human lung capacity is 6 liters.
underwater your lung become a balloon and as much air it hold as much positive buoyancy effect it makes. We are using our lung underwater to maintain our buoyancy. That is why you should follow the rule of "Never Hold a breath" as if you did and assented fast your can damage your lung
your lung capacity should be high because if your lung capacity was low your lungs would't be able to hold much air for long
It means that you have lost 76 percent of your normal lung capacity. Your lungs do not hold as much air anymore.
Alveolar volume is lung capacity. Alveoli are the air sacs in the bronchioles. How much air the lungs hold during both inspiration and expiration is lung capacity which is alveolar volume. Hope this helps
Lung capacity is a physical difference in the volume of the lungs. Lung capacity depends on how much air can fill the lungs. A man's lung capacity is larger than a woman's lung capacity.
Total lung volume is the amount of air your lungs can hold, including the air in the air passages. Vital capacity is the amount of air you can breathe in and out.
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Lung capacity or lung volume is the amount of air a person's lungs can hold. The average human's lungs hold 6 liters of air. Lung volume can change depending on one's altitude, age, gender, height, and activities (including sports, singing, playing woodwind instruments, etc.) among others.
It has many balloon-like sacs that can hold air.
Lungs are organs which hold air taken in by the mouth and then released into the heart to combine with the blood to provide oxygen throughout the body. When you exhale you breath out carbon dioxide into the air. Lung capacity is the amount of air taken in by the lungs and then released into the air.
Total lung capacity is the maximum amount of air that the lungs are able to hold with maximum inspiratory effort. For a human, this is about 5.7-6 litres.
A natural human pair of lungs have the small right lung and the larger left lung to allow room for the heart. So to answer your question your left lung will hold more.
vital lung capacity is how much air remains in your lungs after you exhale
Higher. This means your lungs can hold more air.
Lung capacity is different for every person. Height, weight, age, health, smoking/non-smoking, etc. all affect your personal lung capacity. This question is impossible to determine. (There are general estimates out there, but they aren't very accurate.)
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There really isn't a technical name for lung capacity.
Probably the lung, as it is empty to hold air that the body takes in.
Not much... :?
lung capacity means how much air you can breath into your lungs before you can't breath in anymore.
How much oxygen your lungs can hold over a certain amount of time :)