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are alveoli cells?

alevoli are considered to be tiny air sacs, formed/created by the terminal dilation of air passages.
synonym air sac, or air cell so technically yes..

Alevoli are composed of cells. They are not cells. See:

http://www.bioeng.auckland.ac.nz/physiome/ontologies/respiratory/cells.php

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