Grab ammonia out of thin air for fuel of the future
31 July 2013 by Hal Hodson New Scientist Magazine issue 2928.
”AS VITAL chemicals go, it’s hard to beat ammonia. Industrial production began in the early 20th century, and it played a key role in the second world war and in two Nobel prizes. It brought about a global revolution in agriculture – today, crops grown using ammonia-based fertilisers feed no less than 48 per cent of the planet. Continue reading “Grab ammonia from Air for CO2-Free Fuel of future: New Scientist”