What Are the Four Main Gases in the Atmosphere?

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There are various gases in the atmosphere, but the four main gases are nitrogen, oxygen, carbondioxide and hydrogen. Other gases are krypton, ozone, neon and methane. Besides these gases, there is water vapour in the atmosphere.
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