Why Is Ammonia Important?

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Ammonia is important because it is a widely used industrial chemical compound in the manufacture of different things. It is mainly used in the synthesis of nitric acid, which is used in fertilisers and explosives. Ammonia is manufactured by mixing nitrogen and hydrogen in an important industrial process called the Haber process.
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