1972 Otsuka Mitsui RE27377 Urea Process

This invention describes a combined process of ammonia and urea whereby from a raw gas containing carbon dioxide, hydrogen and nitrogen, carbon dioxide is absorbed by means of ammonia forming urea. The remaining gas is suitable for ammonia production.


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