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Fritz Haber won the Nobel Prize in 1919 for the Haber-Bosch process, which allowed for the mass production of nitrogen fertilizer. 01:40
Haber created and encouraged the use of poison gas at the front lines, believing it would bring a swift end to the war. 02:15
Haber's work would eventually be the basis for Zyklon B, which was used in WWII concentration camps. 04:33
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