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Molecules in air in the atmosphere are attracted by gravitational force of the earth. Explain why all of them do not fall into the earth just like an apple falling from a tree.
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Kuldeep Banjare 3 weeks, 6 days ago

Air molecules in the atmosphere experience vertically downward force due to gravity, just like an apple falling vertically from a tree. Due to temperature, the air molecules have random motion. Due to it, the velocity of air molecules is not exactly in the vertical downward direction.
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