Claude process

noun \ˈklōd-, -ȯd-\

Definition of Claude process

  1. :  a synthetic ammonia process characterized by higher operating pressures than other processes and by the use of a train of converters

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Origin and Etymology of claude process

after Georges Claude, born 1870 French chemist and physicist

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to criticize severely

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