1. What is the process of making Ammonia from the raw materials Nitrogen and Hydrogen?
- The Haber Process
- The Contact Process
- The Ammonia Process
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2. What happens to the unreacted Nitrogen and Hydrogen from the Haber Process?
- They become chemically inert
- They pass into a chimney where they are released into the atmosphere
- They are pumped back into the reactor
- They are used in the industrial processes of making acids
3. How are Hydrogen, Chlorine and Sodium Hydroxide manufactured?
- Electrolysis of brine
- Reacting salt solution with hydrochloric acid
- Evaporating brine
4. What do both the Haber Process and the Contact Process contain?
- Reversible reactions
- Irreversible processes
- Salt-producing reactions
- Processes carried out under high pressure
5. In the process of making Ammonia what pressure is needed?
- 200 atm
- 50 atm
- 2 atm
- 600 atm
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