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-This is considered the mixture of gases that make up the earth's atmosphere. The principal gases that compose dry air are Nitrogen (N2) at 78.09%, Oxygen (O2) at 20.946%, Argon (A) at 0.93%, and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) at 0.033%. One of the most important constituents of air and most important gases in meteorology is water vapor (H2O).+This is considered the mixture of gases that make up the earth's atmosphere. The principal gases that compose dry air are [[Nitrogen]] ([[N2]]) at 78.09%, [[Oxygen]] ([[O2]]) at 20.946%, Argon (A) at 0.93%, and Carbon Dioxide ([[CO2]]) at 0.033%. One of the most important constituents of air and most important gases in meteorology is [[water]] vapor ([[H2O]]).
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This is considered the mixture of gases that make up the earth's atmosphere. The principal gases that compose dry air are Nitrogen (N2) at 78.09%, Oxygen (O2) at 20.946%, Argon (A) at 0.93%, and Carbon Dioxide (CO2) at 0.033%. One of the most important constituents of air and most important gases in meteorology is water vapor (H2O).


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