Definition of Fritz Haber
1. Noun. German chemist noted for the synthetic production of ammonia from the nitrogen in air (1868-1934).
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1. The Never-ceasing Search by Francis Otto Schmitt (1990)
"Fritz Haber, director of the Kaiser-Wilhelm Institute for Chemistry in ... It also won Fritz Haber a Nobel Prize in 1918. However, it deprived the Chileans ..."
2. The New York Times Current History (1917)
"Fritz Haber, Professor of Chemistry, Berlin. ERNST HAECKEL, Professor of Zoology, Jena. MAX HALBE, Munich. Prof. ADOLF VON HARNACK, General Director of the ..."
3. The New York Times Current History of the European War (1915)
"Fritz Haber, Professor of Chemistry, Berlin. ERNST HAECKEL, Professor of Zoology, Jena, MAX HALBE, Munich. Prof. ADOLF VON HARNACK, General Director of the ..."