Nitrogen at 78% and Oxygen at 21%.
The most prominent gases are nitrogen (78 percent), oxygen (21 percent) and argon (nine-tenths of a percent).
Oxygen and Nitrogen make up approximately 99% of the atmosphere
21% Oxygen 78% Nitrogen 1% Of trace gases like water vapor.
gases that make up most of earths atmosphere is nitrogen, water vapor and helium.
Nitrogen, Oxygen and Argon make up 99% of the atmosphere
Nitrogen and oxygen make up the majority of the atmosphere, but there are other gases as well, such as carbon dioxide, ozone, and helium.
These gases are nitrogen, oxygen and argon.
They dont they just make the earth hotter
The atmosphere of the Earth is composed of different gases. Some of these gases include nitrogen, oxygen, argon, and carbon dioxide.
Nitrogen and Oxygen make up 98% percent of our atmosphere
Earth's atmosphere makes up a blanket or an envelope around it, which is a mixture of many gases.
nitrogen which is 78% and oxygen which is 21%
oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide
Nitrogen and Oxygen make up nearly 99% of the dry atmosphere.
Earth's atmosphere is made up of 78-percent nitrogen, 21-percent oxygen, 0.93-percent argon, and 0.028-percent carbon dioxide. The earth's atmosphere is a very thin layer of these combined gases wrapped around the planet.
78% nitrogen, 21% oxygen, 1% carbon dioxide and other minute gases
Argon makes up 0.9% of Earth's atmosphere.
The gas which makes up the greatest percentage of earth's atmosphere is nitrogen with 78.08%.
Water vapor accounts for between 40 - 50% of the earth's atmosphere.
The three most common gasses in our atmosphere are: nitrogen 78%, oxygen 21%, and argon <1%.
7.46 miles approximately
Nitrogen N2 78.08% Oxygen O2 20.95%
Trace gasses are gasses which occur in very small percentages.
I am looking for the exact same answer I know one of the gases should be oxygen
Actually only one gas does: nitrogen.