A colorless, tasteless, odorless gaseous element that constitutes 21 percent of the atmosphere. It is found in water, in most rocks and minerals, and in numerous organic compounds, and is capable of combining with all elements except the inert gases. It is active in physiological processes, and is involved especially in combustion.
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