How can gases in the air be separated?

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How can gases in the air be separated?

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  1. Air is a mixture of gases, consisting primarily of nitrogen (78 %), oxygen (21 %) and the inert gas argon (0.9 %). The remaining 0.1 % is made up mostly of carbon dioxide and the inert gases neon, helium, krypton and xenon. Air can be separated into its components by means of distillation in special units._x000D_

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