I know that water is 2 parts hydrogen and 1 part oxygen. Hydrogen and oxygen are quite light gasses, they don't weigh very much compared to water. Water is very heavy and it made me wonder exactly how much oxygen I'd need to make a cup of water.
Please answer in terms of cubic meters of air, assuming the air is 21 % oxygen, and that my small cup contains only 100 ml. I suppose the exact question is: How many cubic meters of air contains the same amount of oxygen as found in 100 ml of water?