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Gas particles are not found in which layer of Earth's atmosphere?
A. exosphere
B. mesosphere
C. thermosphere
D. magnetosphere
I know it's not A.

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    Magnetospehere as it is a long way beyond the Earth's atmosphere.

    The question it self is flawed as the magnetosphere is not part of the Earth's atmosphere.

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