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What else is mixed up in the atmosphere besides gases?​

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Answered by DARKSTORM
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The atmosphere also includes water vapor.

Answered by BlurredBlues
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Nitrogen and oxygen are by far the most common; dry air is composed of about 78% nitrogen (N2) and about 21% oxygen (O2). Argon, carbon dioxide (CO2), and many other gases are also present in much lower amounts; each makes up less than 1% of the atmosphere's mixture of gases. The atmosphere also includes water vapor.

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