What is the composition of pure air?

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Pure air can be described as the atmosphere used in the photosynthesis and breathing processes. The composition of air comprises of various gases in different amounts. These gases in order of proportion are nitrogen (78.09%), oxygen (20.95%), argon (0.93%), carbon dioxide (0.039%) and small quantities of others.
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