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by Richard A. Lauer,Doug Ballmann,Lori Peffer,William E. McBride

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ISBN:
0965598608
Author:
Richard A. Lauer,Doug Ballmann,Lori Peffer,William E. McBride
Language:
English
Publisher:
Sub Aquatics Inc (December 1, 1996)
Pages:
212 pages
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1607 kb
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1710 kb
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Books by Doug Ballmann. High Pressure Breathing Air Handbook by William E. Mcbride, Doug Ballmann, Lori Peffer, Richard A. Lauer Hardcover, 212 Pages, Published 1996 by Sub Aquatics Inc ISBN-13: 978-655986-0-6, ISBN: 655986-0-8.

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A breathing gas is a mixture of gaseous chemical elements and compounds used for respiration. Air is the most common, and only natural, breathing gas. But other mixtures of gases, or pure oxygen, are also used in breathing equipment and enclosed habitats such as scuba equipment, surface supplied diving equipment, recompression chambers, high-altitude mountaineering, high-flying aircraft, submarines, space suits, spacecraft, medical life support and first aid equipment, and anaesthetic machines.

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