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                    Haber Fritz:     more books (8)
              1.Enriching the Earth: Fritz Haber, Carl Bosch, and the Transformation of World Food
                Production by Vaclav Smil - Hardcover
                The industrial synthesis of ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen has been of greater fundamental
                importance to the modern world than the invention of the airplane, nuclear energy, space flight, or
                television. The expansion of the world's population from 1.6 billion people in 1900 to today's six
                billion would not have been possible without the synthesis of ammonia. In Enriching the Earth,
                Vaclav Smil begins with a discussion of nitrogen''s unique status in the biosphere, ... Read more
              2.The Poisonous Cloud: Chemical Warfare in the First World War by Ludwig Fritz Haber -
                Hardcover - December 1989
             3.Fritz Haber, 1868-1934 : eine Biographie by Margit Szöllösi-Janze
             4.Fritz Haber - Chemiker Nobelpreistrager Deutscher Jude - Paperback - October 1999
             5.Les apprentis sorciers : Haber, von Braun, Teller by Michel Rival
                More books from Canada, United Kingdom, Germany and France sites

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        1.Fritz Haber - Biography
          Apart from the nobel Prize, haber received many honours during his life. and Electrochemistryat
          BerlinDahlem was renamed the fritz haber Institute after his  

          Extractions: From 1886 until 1891 he studied chemistry at the University of Heidelberg under
          Bunsen, at the University of Berlin under A.W. Hoffmann, and at the Technical School at
          Charlottenberg under Liebermann. After completing his University studies he voluntarily worked for
          a time in his father's chemical business and, being interested in chemical technology, he also
          worked for a while under Professor Georg Lunge at the Institute of Technology at Zurich . He then
          finally decided to take up a scientific career and went for one and a half years to work with Ludwig
          Knorr at Jena, publishing with him a joint paper on diacetosuccinic ester. Still uncertain whether to
          devote himself to chemistry or physics, he was offered in 1894, and accepted, an assistantship at
          Karlsruhe by the Professor of Chemical Technology there, Hans Bunte. Here he remained until
          1911. Bunte was especially inlterested in combustion chemistry and Carl Engler, who was also
          there, introduced Haber to the study of petroleum and Haber's subsequent work was greatly
          influenced by these two colleagues.

        2.Chemistry 1918
          (18681934) nobel prize of 1918 for the synthesis of ammonia from its elements , i.e., from nitrogen
             and hydrogen.
          Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut (now fritz-haber-Institut) für physikalische Chemie und Electrochemie
          Berlin-Dahlem, Germany.  

        3.Fritz Haber Winner Of The 1918 Nobel Prize In Chemistry
          fritz haber, a nobel Prize Laureate in Chemistry, at the nobel PrizeInternet Archive. fritz haber. 1918 nobel
          Laureate in Chemistry  

        4.Index Of Nobel Laureates In Chemistry
          Kurt, 1950. Grignard, Victor, 1912. haber, fritz, 1918. Hahn, Otto, 1944.  

        5.Haber, Fritz
          haber, fritz. haber. 29, 1934, Basel, Switz.), German physical chemist, winnerof the nobel Prize for Chemistry
          (1918) for his development of a method of  

        6.Search Results For Fritz Haber - Encyclopædia Britannica - The Online Encycloped
          fritz haber The nobel Foundation Brief profile of this nobel Prizewinner in Chemistry for the year 1918. Includes
          information on  
          http://www.britannica.com/search?query=fritz haber&seo

        7.FRITZ HABER
          The name fritz haber has long been associated with the wellknown process of worldof dependence on Chilean
          ammonia, this twentieth century nobel prize winner  

          Extractions: The name Fritz Haber has long been associated with the well-known process of synthesizing
          ammonia from its elements. While primarily known for developing a process which ultimately relieved the world of
          dependence on Chilean ammonia, this twentieth century Nobel prize winner was also involved in the varying
          fortunes of Germany in World War I and in the rise to power of the Nazi regime. Haber was born on December
          9, 1868 in Prussia. He was the son of a prosperous German chemical merchant and worked for his father after
          being educated in Berlin, Heidelberg, and Zurich. After a short time, Haber left his father's business and took up
          research in organic chemistry at the University of Jena. The university's strictly orthodox methods soon led him to
          leave for a junior teaching position at the Technische Hochschule of Karlsruhe.

            At the age of 25, Haber immediately threw himself, with
           tremendous energy, into teaching and research in
           physical chemistry, a subject in which he was essentially
           self-taught. Quickly he gained respect and recognition
          for his research in electrochemistry and thermodynamics.

          He also authored several books arising from his research. During the first decade of the
          twentieth century, the world-wide demand for nitrogen based fertilizers exceeded the existing supply. The largest
          source of the chemicals necessary for fertilizer production was found in a huge guano deposit (essentially sea bird
          droppings) that was 220 miles in length and five feet thick, located along the coast of Chile.

        8.NPR : Fritz Haber And The Nitrogen Cycle
          The Tragedy of fritz haber nobel Laureate Transformed World Food Production, War. Germanchemist fritz haber
          won a nobel Prize for the discovery in 1918.  

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        9.Swiss Science & Technology Offices In North America
          chemical reagent. fritz haber was proposed as the nobel prize winnerin 1918 for the synthesis of ammonia from its
          elements . This was  

          Extractions: Nobel Prize for Chemistry 1918 Ammonia (NH,) is synthesized by attaching three hydrogen atoms
          to an atom of nitrogen. This compound forms the basis of nitrogen fertilizers, 80 million tons of which are
          produced worldwide every year. Ammonia is easy to liquefy, making it an excellent coolant and solvent. As a gas
          it is soluble in water, and in this form is a commonly used chemical reagent. Fritz Haber was proposed as the
          Nobel prize winner in 1918 for the "synthesis of ammonia from its elements". This was without a doubt one of the
          most controversial Nobel prize awards ever. So soon after the First World War many scientists had difficulty in
          understanding why the prize should go to the researcher responsible for producing poison gas for the German
          army. Fritz Haber was born on 9 December 1868 in Breslau (now Wroclaw in Poland). He studied in Berlin and
          Heidelberg and was awarded a doctorate in organic chemistry by the Technical University in Berlin
          Charlottenburg in 1891. He then went to the

        10.Zeal.com - United States - New - Library - Sciences - Chemistry - Chemists - Hab
          haber, fritz Museum of Tolerance http//motlc.wiesenthal.org/pages/t028/t02848.htmlExamine a photo and short
          biography of nobel Prize winner fritz haber.  

        11.Prix Nobel De 1915 Ã 1919
          Translate this page été attribué. 1918 fritz haber (1868 - 1934). 1919 Le prixNobel de chimie n'a pas
          Ã©té attribué. 1915. Richard Willstatter.  

          Extractions: P rix Nobel de 1915 à  1919 Richard Willslater Le prix Nobel de chimie n'a pas été
          attribué Le prix Nobel de chimie n'a pas été attribué Fritz Haber Le prix Nobel de chimie n'a pas
          Ã©té attribué Pour ses recherches sur les pigments des plantes et spécialement sur la chlorophylle.
          Richard Willstatter est né le 13 août 1872 à  Karlsruhe, dans le pays de Bade, en Allemagne. Il fait ses
          Ã©tudes dans sa ville natale, puis à  Nuremberg. Ayant choisi la chimie, il s'intéresse aussi à  la physiologie et
          Ã  la médecine, ce qui marquera une grande partie de son oeuvre. Il complète sa formation à  Munich
          auprès de Baeyer, et s'oriente vers l'étude des alcaloïdes sous l'influence d'Alfred Einhom; c'est ainsi qu'il
          découvrira la novocaïne. Après plusieurs années de recherches, il établit la structure des alcaloïdes
          du coca, réussissant en 1901 la synthèse de la tropine, celle de la tropinone (1), et la synthèse totale de la
          cocaïne. Il met au point des méthodes de séparation d'intermédiaires instables dans les réactions
          d'oxydation de dérivés benzéniques et naphtaléniques, ce qui lui permet d'élucider la nature des
          composants du colorant noir, obtenu par oxydation de l'aniline. En 1902, il est nommé professeur associé Ã
          Munich, et trois ans plus tard il occupe les fonctions de professeur titulaire à  Zurich. C'est là  qu'il commence
          ses études sur la chlorophylle. Ce travail impliquait la décomposition partielle de la substance par attaque
          acide et basique, suivie de la synthèse à  partir des produits de dégradation. Willsthtter peut ainsi établir
          que la chlorophylle est une combinaison complexe de magnésium (3%)

        12.Tous Les Prix Nobel De Chimie
          Prix nobels, Alfred nobel. A. Kurt Alder. Sydney Altman. Christian B. Anfinsen. WalterGilbert. Victor Grignard.
          H. fritz haber. Otto Hahn. Arthur Harden. Odd Hassel.  

          Extractions: P rix Nobels Alfred Nobel A Kurt Alder Sydney Altman ... Aston B Adolf Johann Friedrich
          Wilhelm von Baeyer Sir Derek Harold Barton ... Butenandt C Melvin Calvin Thomas Cech ... Curl D Peter
          Joseph William Debye Johann Deisenhofer ... Diels E Manfred Eigen Hans von Euler ... Chelpin F Emil Hermann
          Fischer Ernst Otto Fischer ... Fukui G William Francis Giauque Walter Gilbert ... Grignard H Fritz Haber Otto
          Hahn ... Huber J Frédéric Joliot-Curie Irène Joliot-Curie K Jérôme Karle Paul Karrer ... Kuhn L
          Irwing Langmuir Luis F. Leloir ... Lipscomb M Edwin M. McMillan Archer John Porter Martin ... Mulliken N
          Giulio Natta Hermann Walther Nernst ... Northrop O Lars Onsager Friedrich Wilhelm Ostwald P Linus Carl
          Pauling Charles J. Pedersen ... Prigogine R Sir William Ramsay Franck Sherwood Rowland ... Ruzicka S Paul
          Sabatier Frederik Sanger et Glenn T. Seaborg Nicolas Nicolaevitch Semenov ... Synge T Henry Taube Arne
          Wilhelm Kaurin Tiselius ... Todd U Harold Clayton Urey V Jacobus Henricus Van't Hoff Vincent du Vigneaud ...
          Virtanen W Otto Wallach Alfred Werner ... Woodward Y Yuan Lee Z Karl Ziegler Richard Zsigmondy Pour
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        13.FECS Millennium Project - Haber
          haber, fritz Born Breslau (Germany), 1868 Died Basel (Switzerland ammonia in asmall scale
          (haberBosch-synthesis In 1918 he was awarded the nobel Prize for  

          Extractions: Died: Basel (Switzerland), 1934 After studying chemistry and spending some years as an
        industrial chemist, in 1898 he became professor in Karlsruhe, 1911 director of the Max-Planck-Institute
        (KWI) for physical and electrochemistry in Berlin. In 1908 he succeeded in synthesising ammonia in a
         small scale (Haber-Bosch-synthesis) which was the beginning of high pressure chemistry. Later he did
        research on gas spectra.

     During World War I he advocated the use of poison-gases as weapons.
     In 1933 he was forced to leave Germany because of his Jewish descent.  
     In 1918 he was awarded the Nobel Prize for chemistry. Links

        14.Fritz Haber
          fritz haber Chemist and Patriot from the Woodrow Wilson Leadership Programin Chemistry. fritz haber -
          biography from the nobel e-Museum.  

          Extractions: By 1905 Fritz Haber (1868–1934) had reached the objective long sought by chemists of fixing
          nitrogen from air. Using high pressure and a catalyst, he directly reacted nitrogen gas, which was generated by the
          Linde process, and hydrogen gas to create ammonia. The process was soon scaled up by BASF's great chemist
          and engineer, Carl Bosch—hence the name "Haber-Bosch" process. The nitric acid produced from the
          ammonia was then used to manufacture agricultural fertilizers as well as explosives. Haber was from a well-to-do
          German-Jewish family involved in various manufacturing enterprises. He studied at several German universities,
          earning a doctorate in organic chemistry in 1891. After a few years of moving from job to job, he settled into the
          Department of Chemical and Fuel Technology at the Polytechnic in Karlsruhe, Germany, where he mastered the
          new subject of physical chemistry. His research in physical chemistry eventually led to the Haber-Bosch process.
          In 1911 he was invited to become director of the Institute for Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry at the new
          Kaiser Wilhelm Gesellschaft in Berlin, where academic scientists, government, and industry cooperated to
          promote original research. The Haber-Bosch process is generally credited with keeping Germany supplied with
          fertilizers and munitions during World War I, after the British naval blockade cut off supplies of nitrates from
          Chile. During the war Haber threw his energies and those of his institute into further support for the German side.
          He developed a new weapon—poison gas, the first example of which was chlorine gas—and supervised its
          initial deployment on the Western Front at Ypres, Belgium, in 1915. His promotion of this frightening weapon
          precipitated the suicide of his wife, who was herself a chemist, and many others condemned him for his wartime
          role. There was great consternation when he was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry for 1918 for the synthesis
          of ammonia from its elements.

        15.Otto Hahn, Lise Meitner, And Fritz Strassmann
          German gas warfare service headed by haber, and Meitner Meitner, Hahn, and anotherchemist, fritz Strassmann,
          who for her research at the nobel Institute in  

          Extractions: in their laboratory. In 1938 Otto Hahn (1879–1968), Lise Meitner (1878–1968), and Fritz
          Strassmann (1902–1980) were the first to recognize that the uranium atom under bombardment by neutrons,
          actually split. With doctorate in hand from the University of Marburg in Germany, Hahn intended to make a career
          as an industrial chemist in a company with international business connections. He traveled to England to improve
          his English-language skills and found a job as an assistant in William Ramsay's laboratory at University College,
          London. Hahn quickly demonstrated his great skill as an experimentalist by isolating radioactive thorium. After
          working with Ernest Rutherford in Montreal, he joined Emil Fischer's institute at the University of Berlin, where he
          rose through the faculty ranks. Otto Hahn Hahn went in search of a collaborator with whom to pursue studies in
          experimental radioactivity and teamed up with Lise Meitner. She had come to Berlin to attend Max Planck's
          lectures in theoretical physics after receiving her doctorate in physics from the University of Vienna in 1905—the
          second doctorate in science from that university granted to a woman. In the first year of the Hahn–Meitner
          partnership they had to work in a remodeled carpenter's shop because the university did not yet accept women on
          an official basis. In 1912 their research group was relocated to the new Kaiser Wilhelm Gesellschaft, where Fritz
          Haber was head of the physical chemistry institute, Hahn was head of the radioactivity institute, and from 1918,
          Meitner was head of the radioactivity institute's physics department. During World War I, Hahn served in the
          German gas warfare service headed by Haber, and Meitner volunteered as an X-ray nurse for the Austrian army.

        16.Fritz Haber - Resonance - September 2002
          Please accept . So introduced, fritz haber accepted the 1918 nobel Prize in Chemistryfor his method of
          synthesizing ammonia from its elements, nitrogen and  

          Extractions: Article in a Box Fritz Haber "We congratulate you on this triumph in the service of ... humanity.
          Please accept ." So introduced, Fritz Haber accepted the 1918 Nobel Prize in Chemistry for his method of
          synthesizing ammonia from its elements, nitrogen and hydrogen. This marked the culmination of his epic
          experiments on the thermodynamics of the ammonia equilibrium. This was also the harbinger of a technological
          revolution that dispelled the Malthusian threat of shortage. In ammonia synthesis, as elsewhere, Haber epitomized
          a rare fusion of the two faces of science: pure and applied. Fritz was born on December 9, 1868 in the respected
          Haber family of Breslau, Germany (now Worclaw, Poland). His father was a prosperous chemical merchant and
          an alderman of the town. Fritz received an excellent school education and developed a keen interest in chemistry.
          Later he worked in his father's business but only briefly. The son's "lively adventurous spirit seemed a danger to
          the business". Following brief stints at the Universities of Berlin and Hidelberg and at the Federal Technical
          College at Zurich, Haber had his first serious exposure to chemical research under Karl Libermann at the
          Charlottenberg Technical College in Berlin. The work was on the chemistry of piperonal and indigo derivatives
          and it formed the basis of his doctoral thesis (1891). Later, he worked under Ludwig Knorr on the constitution of
          diacetosuccinic ester at the University of Jena. In the end, however, organic chemical methods seemed too well
          established to young Haber who was left "uninspired".

        17.Nobel Prizes In Chemistry
          This Year's nobel Prize in Chemistry haber, fritz, Germany, KaiserWilhelm-Institut(now fritz-haber-Institut) für
          physikalische Chemie und Electrochemie  

          Extractions: This Year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry VAN'T HOFF, JACOBUS HENRICUS, the Netherlands,
          Berlin University, Germany, * 1852, + 1911: "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by the
          discovery of the laws of chemical dynamics and osmotic pressure in solutions". FISCHER, HERMANN EMIL,
          Germany, Berlin University, * 1852, + 1919 "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered by his
          work on sugar and purine syntheses". ARRHENIUS, SVANTE AUGUST, Sweden, Stockholm University, *
          1859, + 1927 "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered to the advancement of chemistry by
          his electrolytic theory of dissociation". RAMSAY, Sir WILLIAM, Great Britain, London University, * 1852, +
          1916: "in recognition of his services in the discovery of the inert gaseous elements in air, and his determination of
          their place in the periodic system". VON BAEYER, JOHANN FRIEDRICH WILHELM ADOLF, Germany,
          Munich University, * 1835, + 1917:

        18.Nobel Prizes In Chemistry
          This Year's nobel Prize in Chemistry. haber, fritz, Germany, KaiserWilhelm-Institut(now fritz-haber-Institut) für
          physikalische Chemie und Electrochemie  

          Extractions: Nobel Prizes in Chemistry This Year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry VAN'T HOFF, JACOBUS
          HENRICUS, the Netherlands, Berlin University, Germany, * 1852, + 1911: "in recognition of the extraordinary
          services he has rendered by the discovery of the laws of chemical dynamics and osmotic pressure in solutions".
          FISCHER, HERMANN EMIL, Germany, Berlin University, * 1852, + 1919 "in recognition of the extraordinary
          services he has rendered by his work on sugar and purine syntheses". ARRHENIUS, SVANTE AUGUST,
          Sweden, Stockholm University, * 1859, + 1927 "in recognition of the extraordinary services he has rendered to
          the advancement of chemistry by his electrolytic theory of dissociation". RAMSAY, Sir WILLIAM, Great Britain,
          London University, * 1852, + 1916: "in recognition of his services in the discovery of the inert gaseous elements in
          air, and his determination of their place in the periodic system". VON BAEYER, JOHANN FRIEDRICH
          WILHELM ADOLF, Germany, Munich University, * 1835, + 1917: "in recognition of his services in the
          advancement of organic chemistry and the chemical industry, through his work on organic dyes and hydroaromatic

        19.Iranian Journal Of Chemistry & Chemical Engineering
          haber, fritz b. Dec. 9, 1868, Breslau, Silesia, Prussia now WroclGk, EIi d. Jan.29, 1934, Basel, Switz. German
          physical chemist, winner of the nobel Prize  

          Extractions: In 1911, at the age of 42, he was appointed director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physical
          Chemistry in Berlin, a new research establishment that was to become even more famous than the school he had
          built up in Karlsruhe. With the outbreak of World War I in 1914, he immediately placed himself and his
          laboratory at the service of the government, his first concern being to organize the supply of essential war
          matériel. After the development of trench warfare he was made head of the chemical-warfare service, and his
          institute became a major military establishment. He played a leading part in the development of poison gas as a

        20.Haber, Fritz
          encyclopediaEncyclopedia haber, fritz, hä'bur Pronunciation Key. haber, fritz, 1868–1934, German chemist.
          haber won the 1918 nobel Prize in Chemistry  

          Extractions: Pronunciation Key Haber, Fritz , German chemist. He was a professor of physical chemistry at
          Karlsruhe and became director of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute at Dahlem in 1911. During World War I he
          directed Germany's chemical warfare activities, which included the introduction of poison gas; following the Nazi
          rise to power in 1933, however, he resigned his posts and went into exile in England. Haber won the 1918 Nobel
          Prize in Chemistry for his discovery of the Haber process for synthesizing ammonia from its elements. He also did
          studies of autoxidation and pyrolysis. See biography by M. H. Goran (1967).
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