Fritz Haber. In 1905 Haber reached a goal long tried by chemists—that of repairing nitrogen from atmosphere.

Fritz Haber. In 1905 Haber reached a goal long tried by chemists—that of repairing nitrogen from atmosphere. Although he received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for the synthesis of ammonia, Haber ended up being controversial for their part in developing germany poison-gas that is’s during World War I. Fritz Haber’s synthesis of ammonia from the elements, nitrogen and hydrogen, attained him the 1918 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. The Haber-Bosch Process In 1905 Haber reached a goal very long tried by chemists—that of repairing nitrogen from...