酸素, さんそ

  • sanso
JLPT 3

Definition of 酸素,さんそ

noun (common) (futsuumeishi), nouns which may take the genitive case particle `no'

  • oxygen

Examples of 酸素,さんそ in a Sentence

You can't live without oxygen.
素と酸素から成り立っている。
Water consists of hydrogen and oxygen.
Without oxygen, all animals would have disappeared long ago.
素と酸素出来ている
Water is made up of hydrogen and oxygen.
Tropical rainforests produce oxygen and consume carbon dioxide.
素と酸素構成されている
Water consists of hydrogen and oxygen.
酸素元素である
Iron and oxygen are elements.
酸素素に分解できる
Water can be decomposed into oxygen and hydrogen.
酸素からできている
Water consists of hydrogen and oxygen.
燃えるには酸素いる
Oxygen is needed for combustion.
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