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  1. Periodic table (7298 bytes)
    54: ...lide]] [[salt|salts]]); chlorine and fluorine are gases, while bromine is a very low-boiling [[liquid]]; ...
  2. Circulatory system (8809 bytes)
    30: ...sels, and are where the exchange of nutrients and gases takes place between the [[red blood cell]]s and t...
  3. Pulmonary alveolus (8193 bytes)
    16: ...are the most important molecules exchanged, other gases will also be transported between the alveoli and ...
    18: ...sport of carbon monoxide is 'diffusion limited'. Gases that reach equilibrium before the blood leaves th...
  4. Ceramics (12189 bytes)
    43: ...e also employed as [[gas sensor]]s. When various gases are passed over a polycrystalline ceramic, its el...
  5. Sculpture (5545 bytes)
    37: ...roposed that some day sculptures might be made of gases; see [[gas sculpture]].
  6. Earth (30908 bytes)
    96: ...[oxygen]], and 1% [[argon]], plus traces of other gases including [[carbon dioxide]] and [[water (molecul...
  7. Volcano (27295 bytes)
    107: ...sive discharges of steam; either this or escaping gases from the magma can produce forceful ejections of ...
    115: ... a ''vent'' (or vents) from which magma erupts as gases, lava, and ejecta. A crater can be of large dimen...
    163: ...gma nears the surface and its pressure decreases, gases escape.
    164: ...dioxide is one of the main components of volcanic gases, and increasing amounts of it herald the arrival ...
    171: ...gen fluoride]]. A large number of minor and trace gases are also found in volcanic emissions, for example...
  8. Chemistry (12553 bytes)
  9. Sun (20830 bytes)
    138: ...ries as rocky planets do. Instead, the density of gases comprising the Sun drops off following an [[Expon...
  10. Comet (30542 bytes)
    11: ...em, the dust reflecting sunlight directly and the gases glowing due to [[ion|ionization]]. Most comets ar...
  11. Meteorology (19082 bytes)
  12. Mercury (planet) (22924 bytes)
    12: ...it has been deposited by [[comet]] impacts and/or gases arising from the planetary interior.
  13. World War I (62979 bytes)
    208: ...War I|a major distinguishing factor of the war]]. Gases used ranged from [[tear gas]] to disabling [[chem...
  14. Cloud (9947 bytes)
    7: ..., depending on local atmospheric conditions (what gases are present, and the temperature).
  15. Mars (27704 bytes)
    13: ... are now being made to look for other 'companion' gases that may suggest which sources are most likely; i...
  16. Arthropod (9273 bytes)
    50: ... [[Aquatic]] arthropods use [[gills]] to exchange gases. These gills are specialized with an extensive s...
  17. Bird (20496 bytes)
    135: ...oal mines]] to indicate the presence of poisonous gases, so that the miners could escape.
  18. Train (10331 bytes)
    74: ... [[coal]] and tankers for tranporting liquids and gases.
  19. History of astronomy (13532 bytes)
    70: ...he same lines could be observed in the spectra of gases, specific lines corresponding to unique elements....
  20. Earth's atmosphere (10093 bytes)
    1: ...one-fifth [[oxygen]], with trace amounts of other gases. The atmosphere protects life on [[Earth]] by abs...
    57: ...by volume. Assuming that the gases act like ideal gases, we can add the percentages p multiplied by their...

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