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Producing ammonia from nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas

Producing ammonia from nitrogen gas and hydrogen gas

Large-scale ammonia production requires high temperature and pressure and the presence of iron as a catalyst.

Chemistry

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ammonia production, ammonia, Haber-Bosch, chemical reaction, nitrogen molecule, hydrogen molecule, ammonia molecule, catalyst, iron grid, industrial production, inorganic chemistry, industry, chemical industry, chemistry

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