Making fertilisers in the lab and in industry

This lesson will look at the NPK fertilisers and what they are made of. We will compare the process of making fertiliser in the lab compared to making it in industry.

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Q1.What are the raw materials for the Haber process? (Select the two that apply)

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Q2.How is nitrogen extracted from the liquefied air?

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Q3.The Haber process is a reversible reaction.

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Q4.What happens to the yield of ammonia if the pressure is decreased?

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Q5.The forwards reaction in the Haber process is...

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Q6.What happens to the yield of ammonia if the temperature is reduced?

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Q7.What type of catalyst is used in the Haber process?

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Question 7

Q1.What are the raw materials for the Haber process? (Select the two that apply)

Select two (2) boxes

1/7

Q2.How is nitrogen extracted from the liquefied air?

2/7

Q3.The Haber process is a reversible reaction.

3/7

Q4.What happens to the yield of ammonia if the pressure is decreased?

4/7

Q5.The forwards reaction in the Haber process is...

5/7

Q6.What happens to the yield of ammonia if the temperature is reduced?

6/7

Q7.What type of catalyst is used in the Haber process?

7/7

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Making fertilisers in the lab and in industry

This quiz will assess your knowledge from this lesson and previous lessons

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Q1.Which of these elements is not found in an NPK fertiliser?

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Q2.Why do plants need nitrate ions?

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Q3.Ammonia can be used in the liquid form as a fertiliser

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Q4.An acid and an alkali reacting is an example of which type of reaction?

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Q5.Fertilisers which are made in the lab are an example of which type of process?

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Q6.Potassium salts are soluble and so can be used directly on the soil.

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This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Making fertilisers in the lab and in industry

This quiz will assess your knowledge from this lesson and previous lessons

Question 1

Question 2

Question 3

Question 4

Question 5

Question 6

Q1.Which of these elements is not found in an NPK fertiliser?

1/6

Q2.Why do plants need nitrate ions?

2/6

Q3.Ammonia can be used in the liquid form as a fertiliser

3/6

Q4.An acid and an alkali reacting is an example of which type of reaction?

4/6

Q5.Fertilisers which are made in the lab are an example of which type of process?

5/6

Q6.Potassium salts are soluble and so can be used directly on the soil.

6/6

Lesson summary: Making fertilisers in the lab and in industry

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