This poster for the Natural Sciences Poster Session at Parkland College features organic chemist Carl Bosch, winner of the Nobel Prize of Chemistry in 1931 for his contribution to the development of chemical high pressure methods, Bosch built on Fritz Haber's process of fixing nitrogen using high pressure chemistry to industrialize the process on a large scale to mass produce fertilizer, now known as the Haber-Bosch process, which takes nitrogen from the air, bonds it with hydrogen from natural gases and converts it to ammonia.
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Larkin, Jacob, "Carl Bosch and the Haber-Bosch Process" (2019). Natural Sciences Poster Sessions. 160.