29 January 2013
Jan Willem Erisman, Mark A. Sutton, James Galloway, Zbigniew Klimont & Wilfried Winiwarter
On 13 October 1908, Fritz Haber filed his patent on the "synthesis of ammonia from its elements" for which he was later awarded the 1918 Nobel Prize in Chemistry. A hundred years on we live in a world transformed by and highly dependent upon Haber-Bosch nitrogen.
This article has been highlighted as one of the editors' ten favourite papers in the web focus celebrating the fifth anniversary of Nature Geoscience (http://www.nature.com/ngeo/focus/5th-anniversary/index.html).
The paper will be freely accessible to registered users until the end of January 2013.
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