What is your breathing air made up of?
Air is a mixture of gasses that are safe and healthy for life.It
contains by molar composition,78% nitrogen,21% oxygen,0.003% carbon
dioxide and 1% accounts for the minute quantity of water
vapour,rare gases and dust particles.Humans and animals breathe in
oxygen which plants gives off.And breathes out carbon dioxide which
plants takes in,by this process the air is contineously recycling
and beign purified.
The air you breath is made of roughly (by volume) 78.08% nitrogen, 20.95% oxygen, 0.93% argon, 0.038% carbon dioxide, trace amounts of other gases and may contain a variable amount of water vapor, on average around 1%.
A young baby frog is a tadpole. A tadpole is adapted to live in water. For breathing, it has gills, which helps it remain inside water until it grows up to become a frog. Gill are breathing organs of fish also, and the mode of living of a tadpole is similar to that of a fish. When it becomes a frog, it is capable of breathing both in air and in water. For breathing in…