How AMMONIA gas is separated from the mixture.
Asked by tarinchpani | 13th Jan, 2016, 09:57: PM
Ammonia is separated from the unreacted nitrogen and hydrogen by:
Liquefaction, as ammonia compared to N2 and H2 is easily liquefiable.
Absorbing in water because NH3 is highly soluble in water, while N2 and H2 are very slightly soluble.
Answered by Vaibhav Chavan | 14th Jan, 2016, 04:07: PM
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