Greenhouse gases

Greenhouse gases are any gaseous compounds in the atmosphere that absorb and emit infrared radiation and store heat in the atmosphere, creating the greenhouse effect. Examples of greenhouse gases include carbon dioxide, methane, water vapor, and nitrous oxide. These gases are among the major causes of climate change.

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Definition:

Greenhouse gases

Definition:

Greenhouse gases

Greenhouse gases are any gaseous compounds in the atmosphere that absorb and emit infrared radiation and store heat in the atmosphere, creating the greenhouse effect. Examples of greenhouse gases include carbon dioxide, methane, water vapor, and nitrous oxide . These gases are among the major causes of climate change.

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