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Open Access The Development of the Modern Ammonia Oxidation Process

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By the end of the first world war the manufacture of nitric acid by ammonia oxidation over a platinum catalyst was a technically established process. The rapid increase in production of synthetic ammonia enabled this method to become the principal source of industrial nitric acid, and further development of the process in terms both of technical progress and in the size of unit plant has been determined by economic factors.
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Publication date: January 1, 1959

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