Sample of Haber's synthetic ammonia, 2 July 1909

Made:
1909
preparer:
Robert Le
and
Fritz Haber

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First of two sealed glass tubes containing the first specimens of liquified ammonia synthesised by the Haber process on 2nd July, 1909. Displayed/stored inside spherical pressure tested glass container with steel base (see note).

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Category:
Industrial Chemistry
Object Number:
1952-391/1
Materials:
ammonia, glass, steel (metal)
type:
synthetic chemicals
taxonomy:
  • materials
  • materials
  • inorganic material
credit:
Robert Le Rossignol
status:
Permanent collection

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