What is oxygen?

Oxygen is a natural part of the air we breathe, but it makes up less than a 1/4 of the gases we call air. The cells within the tissues of our bodies use both the oxygen we breathe, and the food we eat to create energy. Our bloodstream collects the necessary oxygen from our lungs and transports it to the tissues of our body.

Oxygen is harmless in air but, when concentrated under pressure, it poses dangers if misused.

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