Air is an essential element in our lives that we often take for granted. It is a mixture of gases that surrounds us and is present in abundance. The air is made up of various gases, including oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and rare gases. In this lesson, we will explore the different uses of air.
Before we delve into the uses of air, let’s discuss the composition of air. Air is primarily composed of nitrogen, which makes up around 78% of the air we breathe. Oxygen, which is essential for respiration, makes up 21% of the air. Carbon dioxide, which is essential for plant growth, is present in trace amounts. Finally, rare gases such as neon, helium, krypton, and xenon make up less than 1% of the air.
Air has several uses in our daily lives, some of which are discussed below.
In conclusion, air is essential to life and has several uses in our daily lives. It is essential for respiration, combustion, temperature regulation, photosynthesis, transportation, and power generation. Understanding the uses of this helps us appreciate its importance and work towards preserving it.
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