How does smoking tobacco in human lead to oxygen deficiency in their body?
smoking tobacco releases carbon monoxide which reduces the concentration of heam-bound oxygen.This causes oxygen deficiency in the body.
Cigarette smoke has carbon monoxide (CO). Because the affinity between carbon monoxide and hemoglobin is approximately 230 times more than the affinity between oxygen and hemoglobin, carbon monoxide rapidly binds with the hemoglobin, thus causing oxygen deficiency,
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