Oxygen (O₂) is a molecule that constitutes approximately 21% of Earth’s air. Oxygen’s ‎boiling point -183°C and its melting point is −218.8°C, at normal atmospheric pressure. ‎Oxygen is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas essential to living organisms. It is valued ‎for its strong oxidizing and life-sustaining properties. Oxygen and practically any other ‎element react to create compounds. In many cases, the reaction of Oxygen with other ‎elements generates heat and light, called combustion. Oxygen’s most important and well-‎known compound is Water.‎

Oxygen is produced by:‎
Oxygen is produced industrially by the fractional distillation of liquid air in a cryogenic air ‎separation unit, a process that separates liquid Oxygen directly from the air. Using the ‎same method, Nitrogen and Argon are also produced. Oxygen can also be produced by ‎using the principle of Water electrolysis, along with Hydrogen. Oxygen and Hydrogen, the ‎two components of Water (H2O), are separated by passing a high electrical current ‎through an electrolyte. Each gas purified in its separate circuit is then pumped into the ‎cylinders.‎

Some Applications of Oxygen:

      ⦿ Agricultural Industry Applications
      ⦿ Chemical Processing
      ⦿ Construction Processes
      ⦿ Medical Applications
      ⦿ Therapeutic Purposes
      ⦿ Steel making and Metal-Cutting
      ⦿ Welding Applications
      ⦿ Petroleum Industries
      ⦿ Paper Industry
      ⦿ Glass Industry
      ⦿ Transportation Sectors


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