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No. If it were, we would die within minutes. If we ignore the variable amount of water vapor, air is 78% nitrogen and 21% oxygen. We need that oxygen in order to survive.

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Can nitrogen kill you?

Gaseous nitrogen is harmless to animals. We breathe a lot of in normal air. Of course, if all you breathe is nitrogen, you will die from lack of oxygen.


How much of nitrogen is in the air you breathe?

Air is 78% Nitrogen


How much nitrogen does humans breathe out?

78% 0of the air we breathe is nitrogen, same as the amount in the air.


Does the air you breathe out have Nitrogen?

Yes


What percentage of air we breathe is nitrogen?

78% of the air we breathe is nitrogen. 21% is oxygen, and the other 1% is a mix of other gasses.


What percentage of the air we breathe is nitrogen?

78% of the air we breathe is nitrogen. 21% is oxygen, and the other 1% is a mix of other gasses.


What is the percentage of nitrogen in the air you breathe?

About 78%.


Do you breathe in more oxygen or nitrogen?

you breathe in more nitrogen then oxygen because there is 78% n in the air and 21% o in the air


What will happen if oxygen is abundant than nitrogen?

Well, if you meant "What will happen if oxygen is MORE abundant than nitrogen?" then the answer to that question is that all those who breathe in air would breathe more proficiently than ever before Well, if you meant "What will happen if oxygen is MORE abundant than nitrogen?" then the answer to that question is that all those who breathe in air would breathe more proficiently than ever before


How do use nitrogen normally?

Nitrogen takes up most of the air we breathe


Is nitrogen a solid at stp?

No. Nitrogen is a gas in atmosphere, the air we breathe.


The air you breathe in is 78 of what gas as is 79 of the air you breathee out?

Nitrogen