The chemical reaction that feeds the world

How do we grow crops quickly enough to feed the Earth’s billions? It’s called the Haber process, which turns the nitrogen in the air into ammonia, easily converted in soil to the nitrate plants need to survive.

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  1. violasheen Says:

    I thought when I saw this article that you meant photosynthesis. I read about it here http://www.researchomatic.com/researchpapers/chemistry/. I dont know what Habers process is and I am unable to read your full article. Can you post the full version here as well.

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