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Scuba divers breathing air at increased pressure can suffer from
oxygen toxicity—too much oxygen in their bloodstream—
when the partial pressure of oxygen exceeds about 1.4 atm.
What happens to the amount of oxygen in a diver’s bloodstream
when he or she breathes oxygen at elevated pressures?
How can this be reversed?