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CLIP 4432

Formation of ammonia in the Haber Process

Formation of ammonia in the Haber Process
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Key Info
  • Formation of ammonia in the Haber Process
  • Duration: 01:24
  • Discusses how ammonia can be formed by sparking a mixture of nitrogen and hydrogen. The Haber Process is diagrammatically described and there is film of a modern plant in action. Conditions such as temperature and pressure and the reversibility of the reaction are discussed.
  • Subject:

    Science

       Topic:

    Chem: Chemical Reactions

  • Keywords: catalyst, Haber, ammonia, nitrogen, hydrogen, Bosch, chemistry, bitesize, equilibrium
Ideas for use in class
  • This would be useful as a summary after a lesson on the Haber Process.
Background details
  • Clip language : English
  • Aspect ratio : 16x9

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