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Why do we breathe out more carbon dioxide than we breathe in?

We breathe out less oxygen and more carbon dioxide when we exhale. Carbon dioxide comes from the carbon in the food we eat. ... A chemical reaction called "cellular oxidation" occurs when theglucose molecule is combined with oxygen in the cells.

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