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There are many, but here are just a few:

carbon dioxide, CO2

oxygen, O2

hydrogen, H2

nitrogen, N2

chlorine, Cl2

fluorine, F2

helium, He

neon, Ne

argon, Ar

krypton, Kr

xenon, Xe

radon, Rn

methane, CH4

ethane, C2H6

propane, C3H8

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