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The haber process is an example of a chemical industrial process that is used as part of the GCSE chemistry syllabus as a case study of how different conditions such as temperature and pressure can impact on the rate of reaction and also percentage yield. You need to understand the economics of the haber process and how industry optimise this chemical process to produce more ammonia fertiliser from the simple reactants of nitrogen and hydrogen. You also need to know the word and symbol equation for the haber process. Use our GCSE chemistry resources below to help you revise.