Thursday, 16 May 2013

5.24 understand how the cooling of the reaction mixture liquefies the ammonia produced and allows the unused hydrogen and nitrogen to be recirculated

The products from the reactant are sent through a cooling mechanism, this is at a temperature that condenses ammonia, but not hydrogen and nitrogen. Liquid ammonia is then collected but hydrogen and nitrogen float right back into the reactor.

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