Explain air inhalation and expiration by pressure gradients, Science

1.  Sketch and explain different regions of phase diagram of water (pressure vs. temperature).

2.  Explain how air inhalation and expiration takes place through pressure gradients inside and around lungs.
 
3.  Explain why Alveoli surface tension varies during respiration.

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