oxygen can combine with other elements to form important compounds, such as, oxides.
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Atmosphere: Role, Structure & Composition | PMF IAStics, are discussed below. Oxygen Oxygen, although constituting only 21% of total volume of atmosphere, is the most important component among gases. All living organisms inhale oxygen. Besides, <span>oxygen can combine with other elements to form important compounds, such as, oxides. Also, combustion is not possible without oxygen. Nitrogen Nitrogen accounts for 78% of total atmospheric volume. It is a relatively inert gas, and is an important constituent of all org
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