Catalysts in industries

1. Haber’s process for manufacture of ammonia

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2. Ostwald’s process for manufacture of nitric acid

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3. Lead chamber process for manufacture of H2SO4

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4. Contact process for manufacture of H2SO4

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5. Deacon’s process for manufacture of chlorine

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6. Bosch’s process for manufacture of hydrogen

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7. Synthesis of methanol

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8. Hydrogenation of vegetable oils

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9. Bergius process for synthesis of  petrol

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10. Manufacture of ethyl alcohol from molasses

 

Finely divided iron + Mo as promoter

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Platinised asbestos

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Nitric oxide

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Platinised asbestos or vanadium pentoxide

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Cupric chloride

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Ferric oxide + chromic oxide as promoter

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Zinc oxide + chromic oxide as promoter

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Nickel

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Ferrix oxide

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Yeast (invertase and zymase)

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