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What is the difference between exhaled air and inhaled air?

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Exhaled air has a much higher percentage of CO. 2. compared to inhaled air; there is also a lower percentage of oxygen in exhaled air compared to inhaled air - but the difference is not so great as the body can only absorb a small amount of the
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