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What are the four main gases in our atmosphere?
Carbon dioxide oxygen nitrogen?
I searched it up and it says argon is the other one but we haven't learned about that yet
Would hydrogen be a main gas?

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    Believe your research.

    Gases in atmosphere:

    Nitrogen (N2) 78.084%
    Oxygen (O2) 20.946%
    Argon (Ar) 0.934%
    Carbon dioxide (CO2) 0.0383 %
    Neon (Ne) 0.001818 %
    Helium (He) 0.000524 %
    Methane (CH4) 0.0001745 %
    Krypton (Kr) 0.000114%
    Hydrogen (H2) 0.000055 %
    There is also a varying amount of water vapor, depending on the altitude and conditions where it is measured

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