How much air do you breath daily?
Very good question...and an interesting paper was written and posted online about thing very such thing. Please refer to http://www.arb.ca.gov/research/resnotes/notes/94-11.htm
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None walruses die in 12 hours due to the lack of air
A mammal it an animal that can only breath in air but does not have feathers like birds. Even Dolphins and Whales have to breath air, that is why they come to the surface so often, they can hold their breath much longer than a human can as well.
lung capacity means how much air you can breath into your lungs before you can't breath in anymore.
Because the cold air around you cannot hold as much water as warm air in your breath, the moisture in your breath condenses when it hits the cold air and forms into a little cloud.
u've got 2 inspire air as much as u can then hold ur breath by expiring z air from ur mouth and not ur nose this time.
The average human normally takes in about 35 lbs of air per day.
it depends on if a person had a illness or not
My breath was misty in the cold winter air. When I am angry, I take a deep breath and it helps me feel much more calm. Take a deep breath here, as you have nearly finished!
We breath air because we can live.
Its breath of fresh air.
We need oxegen for air because if we breath to much CO2 we will die but we need a mix of both.
your house, if u drive a car on the street/the street is made of minerals, or the water that you drink or the air that you breath
however much a fat person breathes out
because water is how they breath and air is how we breath. we cannot breath in water so they cannot breath in air.
The total air volume of lungs is from about 4.0 liters to 6.0 liters depending on the size, age and gender of a person. The volume of air moved during a normal breath is only 0.5 liters.
About 8 ml of tidal volume per kg of body weight. An 5 kg baby (11 lbs) would breath about 40 ml of air per breath.
First of all, the air you breath out is warmer than the air you breath in, the air you breath out has more water vapour and more carbon dioxide
yes axioltls breath air well my does so dont fill the tank to much that it cant come up to breath
Oxygen pretty much like most mammals Heres the kicker they apprently breath OUT Carbon Dioxide Lol!! What freaks!
trees breath in carbon dyoxide, which is bad air for us but good air for them. We breath out carbon dyoxide every time we breath out because we are getting rid of all the bad things in oxygen. When trees breath in our carbon dyoxide, they produce oxygen, which we breath in.
Slightly less than 1% of the air that you breathe in.
the air you breath in from all of the pollution then you breath in some bad air.
If we didn't Breath Air how else would we get our Oxygen!??
When you breath, you suck in air. There is no air to suck in on the moon - so you can't breath there.
The air around us and gravity. It also depends on how much u take in, the more oxygen you breath in the faster it will get there.
they use an air tank they put a mouth piece in there mouth and breath through it i know this because i went diving before oh and one last thing you have to keep an eye on how much air you have
they have a special organ that is much like the lung but instead of breathing air they breath water. dolphins adopted theseadaptations in the lateprehistoric age.
that depends on who the person is. I can hold my breath for about 12-15 seconds. I saw a person on TV who could hold their breath for about 5 minutes.
co2 into the air which we breath in which causes problems with are lungs and more and then when we breath in to much we drop dead so fun
None, there is air at the top of Everest and that air has just as much O2 in percentage terms (20%) as the air at sea level. The problem is that the pressure of the air at the top of Everest is much much less (4.89 psi) than the pressure of the air at sea level (15.48 psi). This means that in each breath you take there is less O2 in comparison to a lung… Read More
It is not smoke that you see, but rather steam. The soup is MUCH warmer than the air around it, thereby causing you to see the heat rising. Just as you can see your own breath when you walk out into the freezing cold--your breath, as you exhale is MUCH warmer than the cold air around you.
To breath in it is inhale, to breath out is exhale.
The answer varies from one individual to another and depends on how deeply they breathe.
Because as you get higher the Air gets very dense and it is very hard to breath, due to that the air pressure is much higher and colder.
They can not breathe underwater. They are just capable of holding their breath for long periods of time. Much like a whale they have to come up for air eventually.
coral snaikes breath air throo ther buts
you don't breath in air with the help of your nose the time.
No. They breath using their lungs or with their lungs, but not "through" their lungs. They do however breath "through" their blowholes (to get the air in and out of their lungs).
No- you breath air
Crocs don't breath underwater. They have lungs and breathe air pretty much like you and I. Thye hold their breath while diving.
All turtles breath air
Not very much, the best way to make your lungs stronger is to do the opposite, breath deeply and exercise. It is not really healthy to hold your breath for a long time and inhale air afterwards... it depends sometimes
The air we breath is a mixture, with the largest component being nitrogen.
they have a mouth in the centre which they breath from probably from the air that reaches the water because they do live in very shallow waters so they get enough air to breath
It depends on how long you hold your breath. What you have to do is to swallow a big gulp of air. Answer No it doesn't, but a good way of curing hiccups is to get a cup of water and drink all or as much as you can, without taking a breath. Works everytime!
When you breath out under water, you are releasing the air from your lungs. Air is far less dense than water, which is why things that are filled with air float. So if you breath in, and then go under water you will float toward the surface. However, if you breath out and release that air in your lungs, you lose the buoyancy that the air was giving you. Thus causing you to sink...
In space, people call it a vacuum because there is no way you can breath because the are no oxygen molecules in space for you to breath. That is where the backpack comes in. The bag is a place where it holds all the air for you to breath, there is a limited amount of time for you to breath because you are inhaling good air and releasing bad air. If you keep breathing the… Read More
In general, smokers have much less effective breathing - they cannot draw as deep of a breath (decreased tidal volume), they cannot expel as much air and they cannot absorb as much oxygen from the inhaled air.
Daily Air was created in 2004.