What Is The Haber Process | Reactions | Chemistry | FuseSchool

You have likely produced ammonia in the laboratory from the thermal decomposition of ammonium chloride, or from the reaction of ammonium and hydroxide ions. Have you ever wondered how ammonia is produced on an industrial scale? In this lesson, we will learn about the Haber process to produce ammonia, developed during World War I by […]

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S. Korea’s GDP to grow 2.0% in 2019, 2.3% in 2020; Bank of Korea freezes key interest…

the nation’s central bank cut growth projection for this or in next meanwhile that’s widely expected the BOK decided to keep interest rates steady eun-jung mean El busto beyond the digits amid slowing exports and investment the Bank of Korea revised downward the country’s GDP growth to two percent for this year from its earlier […]

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Xylem and Phloem – Transport in Plants | Plants | Biology | FuseSchool

We could just say movement of water and minerals and movement of glucose and amino acids… But this is science, and so we like to have special terms to describe these processes! In these 3 part videos, we’re going to look at the transport systems in plants for moving food, water and minerals around. We […]

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What Is Eutrophication | Agriculture | Biology | FuseSchool

Eutrophication is the process that can happen in a water body, like a river or a lake, when too many nutrients are added to the system. Eutrophication starts with fertilizers, which are rich in nutrients like nitrate and phosphate, are washed into the river or lake system. This leads to an increase in nutrient concentrations […]

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How Is Nitrogen Used | Chemistry for All | FuseSchool

Nitrogen makes up approximately 78% of the air around us. In this lesson we will learn about nitrogen, its properties and its real-life applications. Nitrogen is a colourless, odourless gas at standard ambient temperature and pressure. Nitrogen is extracted from air using liquefaction and fractional distillation. These processes are explained in another lesson. Atmospheric nitrogen […]

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