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Love Is In The Air?
Nitrogon, Oxygen and Carbon Dioxide are in the air.
Love is in the air is a common phrase used to describe an atmosphere of affection. In literal terms, air consists of many chemical substances: nitrogen, oxygen, and carbon dioxide among the most common.
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