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kateyausen

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Why was the ostwald process important?

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    The Ostwald Process is the process of oxidizing ammonia gas directly with oxygen in the presence of a heated catalyst (platinum) to produce nitric acid. Nitric acid has extensive industrial uses and the process is a methods to produce it effectively in large quantities.

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