Industrial manufacture of chemicals

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where does the nitrogen come from in the haber process?
air
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where does hydrogen come from in the haber process?
natural gas or cracking of hydrocarbons
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what are the conditions of the haber process?
temperature: 450ºC, pressure: 200 atmos, catalyst: iron
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what does the cooling of the reaction do?
liquifies the ammonia produced and allows the unused hydrogen and nitrogen to be recirculated
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what are the main uses of ammonia?
fertilisers and nitric acid
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