Fritz Haber Quiz

Fritz Haber | Winner of The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1918

Fritz Haber was a German chemist, has also been described as the “father of chemical warfare” for his work developing and deploying chlorine and other poisonous gases during World War I.

Fritz Haber Quiz Questions

1. When did Fritz Haber win Nobel Prize for Chemistry?
a) 1924
b) 1922
c) 1918
d) 1916

2. When was Fritz Haber born?
a) 17 February 1884
b) 14 May 1880
c) 3 July 1872
d) 9 December 1868

3. Where was Fritz Haber born?
a) Warsaw
b) Breslau
c) Dusseldorf
d) Augsburg

4. At which university did Fritz Haber begin his study of chemistry?
a) Berlin
b) Jena
c) Heidelberg
d) Potsdam

5. Where was Fritz Haber professor in 1906-1911?
a) Max Planck Institute
b) Fredericiana Technische Hochschule
c) Charlottenberg Technische Hochschule
d) University of Mainz

6. What did Fritz Haber propose as a chemical weapon?
a) Chlorine
b) Helium
c) Sulphur
d) Phosphorous

7. When was Fritz Haber head of Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry?
a) 1894-1901
b) 1892-1896
c) 1901-1911
d) 1911-1933

8. For what did Fritz Haber win Nobel Prize for Chemistry?
a) Chlorophyll research
b) Discovery of enzyme crystallization
c) Synthesis of ammonia
d) Development of partition chromatography

9. When did Fritz Haber die?
a) 29 January 1934
b) 4 June 1936
c) 15 August 1941
d) 16 December 1932

10. Where did Fritz Haber die?
a) London
b) Graz
c) Basel
d) Paris

Fritz Haber Quiz Questions and Answers

1. When did Fritz Haber win Nobel Prize for Chemistry?
c) 1918

2. When was Fritz Haber born?
d) 9 December 1868

3. Where was Fritz Haber born?
b) Breslau

4. At which university did Fritz Haber begin his study of chemistry?
a) Berlin

5. Where was Fritz Haber professor in 1906-1911?
b) Fredericiana Technische Hochschule

6. What did Fritz Haber propose as a chemical weapon?
a) Chlorine

7. When was Fritz Haber head of Kaiser Wilhelm Institute of Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry?
d) 1911-1933

8. For what did Fritz Haber win Nobel Prize for Chemistry?
c) Synthesis of ammonia

9. When did Fritz Haber die?
a) 29 January 1934

10. Where did Fritz Haber die?
c) Basel

Originally posted 2016-06-13 23:59:03.

Updated: November 3, 2017 — 6:57 pm

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