The Haber Process

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  • Nirogen is a very unreactive gas, which tends to react very slowly, if at all.
  • When nitogen and hydrogen react together, they form ammonia (NH3). This is called the Haber Process.
  • N2 + 3H2 -> 2NH3
  • The nitrogen comes from the air by fractional distillation. 
  • Hydrogen comes from the reaction of methane and steam.H2O + CH4 -> CO2 + 3H2


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