Unformatted text preview: 2. an increase in temperature will favour the decomposition of ammonia. 3. hydrogen and nitrogen will continue to bond as long as the produced ammonia is removed from the closed system. The ideal conditions are a pressure of 350 atm, a temperature of 500oC, a catalyst of osmium or uranium, and the ammonia must be removed from the system as soon as it is formed. The hydrogen and nitrogen react in a chamber as shown below, in order to produce ammonia....
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