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About Oxygen

The symbol for oxygen is O, the atomic number is 8, and the Atomic Mass is 16. It has 8 Protons, 8 Neutron, and 8 Electrons. Oxygen's Melting Point is -218.8 Celsius, and Boiling Point is -183 Celsius. Oxygen's normal phase is gas. The cost for switching oxygen tanks in houses costs about 10-27 dollars (the price varies by the location you are in). Oxygen is classified as Nonmetal.

For sale now for 10-27$ (the price may vary depending on your location)

Oxygen facts

  1. Almost two-thirds of the weight of living things comes from oxygen, mainly because living things contain a lot of water and 88.9 percent of water’s weight comes from oxygen.
  2. Oxygen is the third most abundant element in the universe.
  3. Oxygen does not burn. however, it supports the combustion of other substances. Think about it — if oxygen itself actually burnt, striking a match would be enough to burn all of the oxygen in our planet’s atmosphere.
  4. As a gas, oxygen is clear. But as a liquid, it's pale blue.
  5. Today the earth's atmosphere oxygen level is 21 percent. About 300 million years ago, when oxygen levels reached 35 percent, insects were able to grow super-large.
  6. Too little oxygen is problematic. So is too much. Breathing 80 percent oxygen for more than 12 hours irritates the respiratory tract and can eventually cause deadly fluid build-up, or edema.
  7. Swimming in a liquid pool of oxygen will be very cold. Oxygen must get down to minus 297.3 F to become a liquid.
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Oxygen Slogan

"Once you try oxygen, theres no going back."

"Oxygen, oxygen in our head! If we didn’t have it, we’d be dead!"

Oxygen Myth

A common urban myth is that hyperventilation is caused by breathing in too much oxygen. When we hyperventilate, we breathe too quickly, and this can lead to symptoms such as headache, lightheadedness, dizziness, chest pains, tingling, slurred speech, fainting and spasms. Hyperventilation is really a problem because it forces too much carbon dioxide out of our bodies. We need carbon dioxide in our blood to stop it getting too alkaline. When we hyperventilate, we lose carbon dioxide, which disturbs the equilibrium of substance in our blood, causing its pH to increase; this causes the blood vessels leading to our brains to get narrower, slowing the blood flow, leading to the typical symptoms of hyperventilation.


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