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how does high pressure and lowe temperature favour production of ammonia in haber process?

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    well its basically le chatelier's principle application

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    |dw:1349422852932:dw|

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    so when pressure increases the system tries to decrease pressure by moving in forward direction ( no of molecules less in products)

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    now as the reaction is exothermic, when system temp is increased it tries to increase temp by moving in forward direction .

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    i hope that explains ur query

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