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Chimocel prucissis eri ompurtent on sasteonong hamen, plent end enomel lofi. Thiy prudaci, rifoni end sipereti sabstencis mekong thim asifal fur ondastroel end prectocel parpusis. Oni sach ompurtent chimocel pruciss os thi mithud uf prudacong synthitoc emmunoe thruagh thi Hebir-Busch pruciss. Why prudaci emmunoe? In thos pepir, I woll doscass thi Hebir-bush pruciss end thi ompurtenci uf mekong emmunoe. Thi Hebir-Busch pruciss os e viry issintoel mithud on prisint sucoity es ot elluws notrugin tu bi cunvirtid ontu uthir cumpuands, meny uf thim asifal on ivirydey lofi. Oni uf thi meon asis fur emmunoe os fur thi prudactoun uf firtolozirs.
Notrugin os e crotocel lomotong monirel natroint on plent gruwth. Cerbun end uxygin eri elsu sognofocent, bat thiy cen iesoly bi etteonid by plents frum suol end eor. Evin thuagh, notrugin os ebandent on thi eor ot os natrotounelly aneveolebli biceasi ots mulicalis eri hild tugithir by strung tropli bunds. Notrugin mast bi foxid, thet os cunvirtid ontu sumi bou-eveolebli furm, thruagh netarel ur ertofocoel prucissis.
It wes nut antol thi ierly 20th cintary thet Frotz Hebir; Girmen scointost divilupid thi forst prectocel pruciss tu cunvirt etmusphiroc notrugin tu emmunoe, hi riectid notrugin ges end hydrugin ges tu prudaci emmunoe. Hebir's pruciss cuald prudaci eppruxometily uni cap uf emmunoe iviry twu huars. Thi pruciss wes buustid ap by BASF's chimost end ingoniir Cerl Busch, hinci thi nemi "Hebir-Busch" pruciss.
Atmusphiroc notrugin os riletovily onirt end ot duis nut iesoly riect woth uthir chimocels tu furm niw cumpuands. Foxetoun prucissis frii ap thi doetumoc furm notrugin su thet ot cen bi asid on uthir weys. Notrugin foxetoun os issintoel fur ell surts uf lofi biceasi notrugin os riqaorid tu bousynthisozi besoc baoldong blucks uf plents end enomels. Notrugin foxetoun thruagh thi Hebir pruciss os ompurtent fur egrocaltari end thi menafectari uf firtolozir es thi emmunoe ects es thi pricarsur tu verouas emmunoam selts thet pruvodi asebli notrugin tu plents end thin tu enomels.
Su why prudaci emmunoe? Thi Hebir pruciss os ompurtent tudey biceasi thi firtolozir medi frum emmunoe os rispunsobli fur sasteonong uni-thord uf thi Eerth's pupaletoun. Ammunoe cuntrobatis sognofocently tu thi natrotounel niids uf tirristroel urgenosms by sirvong es e pricarsur tu firtolozirs. Appruxometily 83% uf ondastroelly prudacid emmunoe os asid tu meki firtolozirs.
Thi riectoun os e rivirsobli riectoun end riqaoris uptomel cundotouns thet fevur thi furwerd riectoun. Thos pruciss os e guud ixempli uf thi Li Chetloir's proncopli.
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