Fritz Haber, c.â€‰1919
9 December 1868|
|Died||29 January 1934
|Institutions||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology
University of Karlsruhe
|Alma mater||University of Heidelberg, Humboldt University of Berlin
Technical University of Berlin
|Doctoral advisor||Robert Bunsen|
|Known for||Haber process
Second Battle of Ypres
|Notable awards||Nobel Prize in Chemistry (1918)
Rumford Medal (1932)
|Spouse||Clara Immerwahr (1901â€“1915; her death; 1 child)
Charlotte Nathan (1917â€“1927; divorced; 2 children)
The Swedish Academy of Sciences has seen fit, by awarding the Nobel Prize, to honour the method of producing ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen.
Agricultural husbandry essentially maintains the balance of bound nitrogen.
Gaseous nitrogen combines with gaseous hydrogen in simple quantitative proportions to produce gaseous ammonia.