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F r e e nitrogen c o t t i nothing a n d m f o r n o t h i n g . I f a l a n d - o w n e r h a s a r i g h t t o nn e i n g p y r a m i d of a i r a b o v e h i m t o t h e l i m i t s o f tin* »tfi3i»§* phere—as, I believe, t h t c o u r t s h « ? § d ^ i d t d in the eaves-dropping cases—then for every nqitart foot of NITROGEN 25 his ground he own* n« much nitrogen m be ernild buy for $2500. The ttir i« four-fifth* free nitrogen ami If we could absorb it in our lung* an w« d o the o x y g e n of the other fifth a ttm minute* breathing wimtd g i v e us a full meal.
X|mnding a great detl of air, a littk of it can lm ritdliieatl t o the liquefying p o i n t A t Mundta Sbaal* flic? p l a n t for liquefying air, in order to get tho nitrogen out o f it f consisted of two d o w n towers t a t h capable of produo* ing 1765 cubic feet of pure nitrogen p w bcttar, T h e a i r was drawn in through two pipes, m yard aero**, a n d passed through scrubbing towtrs to r f f u w t impuritic*H. The air was then compressed U 600 p m n i l i p t r NiTHOG&N 35 ino tenth** of the!
Brnm ntnrtecl and two of tlic*iti wc»re nearly rwuly to bctgtn work w h e n t h e y warn closed by tho e n d i n g of tlici wmr. U n i t e d Stilton Nitrate Plant N o , 1 w a s located at Sheffield, A l a b a m a , and was detigtsndl for tho production of a m m o n i a b y "diract action f f tmm nitrogen nnd h y d r o g e n Jicaording to the p k n s of the American Chemical Company. VE CilfiMlSTUY drous ammonia a day, half of whirh wan to he* o x i d i z e d to nitric acid. H of tin* A m e r i c a n Cyanamicl Company.
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