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Ammonia and air are the starting materials for the manufacture of Nitric acid in :


A
Birkland - Eyde process
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B
Ostwalds process
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C
Habers process
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D
Hasen Clever method
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Solution

The correct option is B Ostwalds process
Option B is correct.

Once ammonia has been produced by the Haber process, it can be converted into nitric acid through a multi-step procedure known as the Ostwald process.  In the first step in this reaction, ammonia and oxygen gas catalytically react to form nitrogen monoxide. In the later stage reacts with water finally to produce nitric acid.
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