Is ammonia the fuel of the future?
Alexander H. Tullo
Industry sees the agricultural chemical as a convenient means to transport hydrogen
Ammonia saved the world once; it might do it again.
A century ago, the world faced a looming food crisis. A booming population was pushing farmers to grow crops faster than nitrogen-fixing bacteria in the soil could keep up, and the South American deposits of guano and natural nitrates they applied as fertilizer were dwindling.
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