- Fritz,1868–1934, German chemist: Nobel Prize 1918.
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Where Haber is clearly wrong is in arguing that Israel's Law of Return empowers Jews as adherents of a religion.
And Jerry Haber wrote this, also at Open Zion; like Levine, Haber is an academic philosopher and critic of Zionism.
Several different catalyzers have been used in the Haber process.Meteorology
Charles Fitzhugh Talman
Haber considers that ionic concentrations of 1014 can still account for very fast actions.
The values obtained agree, in general, with Haber's contention.
The nitrogen and the hydrogen for the Haber process must then be prepared and purified before trying to combine them into ammonia.Creative Chemistry
Edwin E. Slosson
The various tenses of haber used impersonally, followed by que with an infinitive, express obligation or necessity.
- German chemist who received a 1918 Nobel Prize for developing a method of producing ammonia synthetically from nitrogen and hydrogen gases.
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