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I am making flashcards and have a checklist that has the question: Describe industrial processes gases in air can be used for
I don't know what it is asking for. Can anyone help?
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Well Nitrogen in the air can be used for the Haber process. I'm not sure what else there is?
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Well Nitrogen in the air can be used for the Haber process. I'm not sure what else there is?
as well as hydrogen in the air?

N2 + 3H2 --------> 2NH3
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Well Nitrogen in the air can be used for the Haber process. I'm not sure what else there is?
Aah okay. Thankyouu!!
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as well as hydrogen in the air?

N2 + 3H2 --------> 2NH3
There isn't much Hydrogen in the air. The hydrogen for Haber I believe comes from gas (fossil fuel)
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There isn't much Hydrogen in the air. The hydrogen for Haber I believe comes from gas (fossil fuel)
Oh right thanks and perhaps from electrolysing water
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