What Are the Three Main Gases in the Air?

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The three main gases in air are nitrogen whose volume occupies 78.09%, oxygen at 20.95% and argon occupying 0.93%. All the other remaining gases are referred to as trace gases, among which are the greenhouse gases such as water vapour, carbon dioxide, methane and ozone.
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Air is a well defined composition of various gases present in different proportions however, the principal components of air are: 1. Nitrogen 78 % 2. Oxygen. 3. Carbon dioxide. 4.
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Burning fossil fuel such as coal produces carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas. Jupiterimages/liquidlibrary/Getty Images. Greenhouse gases are naturally-occurring and man-made compounds
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Helium(He),Neon(Ne).
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duh! oxygen. nitrogen and carbon dioxide are also essential for human being in different aspects.
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