The Haber process was developed by two men; a German scientist called Fritz Haber and a French chemist called Henri Le Chatelier. The Haber process is when a reversible reaction between nitrogen and hydrogen forming ammonia.
Ammonia is a colourless gas with a very strong odour. It is made of three atoms of hydrogen and one atom of nitrogen binding together. Ammonia is widely used. It is used in many products as it liquefies easily and when heated into gas absorbs a lot of heat. So it is used in refrigerators. Ammonia that is used in the house is called "Household Ammonia." …
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