the ocean produces the most oxygen we need
No, but most fuels need oxygen to burn.
Burning coal in complete combustion of oxygen produces carbon-dioxide where as burning coal in limted amount of oxygen produces carbon-monoxide.
Photosynthetic leaves of the plants.
Yes, most fires need oxygen to burn (combustion is a rapid form of oxidation). If there is no continuous supply of oxygen, a fire will go out.
The evergreen states produce more oxygen.
The bulk of oxygen production on Earth is from phytoplankton in the oceans.
Plants need light to produce oxygen so if there is no light no oxygen is made.
The most common thing that produces something for living things is plants. Plants produce oxygen as a waste product of their food making process known as photosynthesis. Humans and animals need oxygen in order to breathe.
No, sun does not need oxygen to burn. The "Fusion" of Hydrogen atoms is what produces immense amount of energy in the sun.
We need to distinguish the oxygen which is a constituent of water and oxygen which is dissolved in water. The former is made in the hearts of stars; the latter is largely released from carbon dioxide by photosynthetic plants.
I am not sure that there is such a process that produces ATP and oxygen, however, there are 2 processes that produce ATP, while one reqires oxygen, and the other does not. The process that produces ATP and does require oxygen is called aerobic respiration. While the process that produces ATP but does not need oxygen is called anaerobic respiration.
While sometimes water vapor may separate back into hydrogen and oxygen oxygen most often exists by itsself due to photosynehesis which produces most of earth's oxygen
It at least has to be a sprout before it produces oxygen.
The process that produces most of the oxygen in Earths atmosphere is photosynthesis. Plants use this process to create food.
You need a prescription for a medical grade oxygen concentrator.That's one which produces Oxygen at a 90% concentration.