Scottish Sensory Centre
Definition: Air is all around us and we breathe it in.
Gaseous atoms which make up air are: nitrogen (78%); oxygen (21%) and the rest
(1%) is a mixture of carbon dioxide, helium, hydrogen and many others.
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