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Nitrogen is a Group 15 element. Nitrogen makes up about 78% of the atmosphere by volume but the atmosphere of Mars contains less than 3% nitrogen. 

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Nitrogen is a key component of biological molecules such as proteins (which are made from amino acids, and nucleic acids. The nitrogen cycle in nature is very important.

Nitrogen gas (dinitrogen, N2) makes up about 78% of the atmosphere by volume. The atmosphere of Mars contains less than 3% nitrogen. There are relatively few minerals containing nitrogen but nitrates such as "saltpetre" (NaNO3) are very important.

Nitrogen is a compound with image N and nuclear atomic number 7. At room temperature, it is a gas of diatomic particles and is drab and scentless. Nitrogen is a typical component in the universe, evaluated at about seventh altogether wealth in our cosmic system and the Solar System. On Earth, the component is essentially found as the molecular gas. Nitrogen is a typical ordinarily lackluster, unscented, vapid and basically diatomic. It has five electrons in its external shell, so it is trivalent in many and most mixes. Vital mixes include alkali, nitric corrosive, natural nitrates (fuels and explosives), and cyanides, hold nitrogen. The greatly solid bond in essential nitrogen overwhelms nitrogen science, bringing on trouble for both living beings and industry in changing over the N2 into valuable mixes. Nitrogen is a constituent of particles in every significant pharmacological medication class, including the anti-infection agents. Numerous medications are imitating or prodrugs of regular nitrogen-holding indicator particles. Nitrogen happens in all living beings, fundamentally in amino acids and proteins and furthermore in the nucleic acids (DNA and RNA). The human body holds around 3% by mass of nitrogen, the fourth most copious component in the body after oxygen, carbon, and hydrogen. The nitrogen cycle depicts development of the component from the air, into the biosphere and natural mixes then go into the atmosphere. The best single business utilization of nitrogen is as a part in the assembling of smelling salts; in this way it is utilized as manure and to create nitric corrosive. Fluid nitrogen is utilized as a refrigerant for solidifying and transporting sustenance items, for the protection of bodies and regenerative cells and for stable stockpiling of natural examples. People have changed common nitrate and nitrite extents fundamentally, principally because of the application of nitrate-holding excrements. Nitrogen is emitted widely by modern organizations, expanding the nitrate and nitrite supplies in soil and water as a result of responses that happen in the nitrogen cycle. Nitrogen gas is prepared mechanically by the partial refining of fluid air, or by mechanical means utilizing vaporous air. 

There are two stable isotopes of nitrogen: N14 and N15. Organically intervened responses (e.g., osmosis, nitrification, and denitrification) firmly control nitrogen progress in the dirt. These responses ordinarily bring about N15 enhancement of the substrate. Atomic nitrogen is to a great extent transparent to infrared and noticeable radiation in light of the fact that it is a homonuclear atom and consequently has no dipole moment coupled to electromagnetic radiation at these wavelengths. Critical ingestion happens at compelling ultraviolet wavelengths of around 100 nanometers. Nitrogen makes an air shine from the Earth's upper air, through electron sway excitation took after discharge. By and large, nitrogen is lifeless at standard temperature and weight. The starting point for modern generation of nitrogen mixes is the Haber process, in which nitrogen is altered by responding N2 and H2 over an iron oxide as impetus at around 500 °c and 200 air pressure. Nitrates and nitrites are known to cause a few well-being impacts. Responses with hemoglobin in blood, bringing on the oxygen convey limit of the blood to decline (nitrite). Diminish working of the thyroid organ primarily by nitrate. Vitamin A deficiency. Molding of nitro amines, the most widely recognized reason for tumor. Nitric Oxide (NO) is significantly more vital than nitrogen alone. It is included in the cardiovascular framework, the safe framework, the focal sensory system and the fringe sensory system. The chemical that creates nitric oxide, called nitric oxide amalgamation, is copious in the mind. The medication Viagra works by discharging nitric oxide to deliver the same impact. Particular microbes (e.g., Rhizobium trifolium) have nitrogenase catalysts that can settle air nitrogen into a structure with ammonium particle that is artificially valuable to higher living beings. This procedure obliges a lot of vitality and anoxic conditions. Azotobacter microorganisms may live unreservedly in soil yet regularly exist in a cooperative relationship in the root knobs of leguminous plants like clover, Trifolium, or soybean plant, Glycine max and manure trees. Nitrogen-settling microbes are additionally harmonious with various irrelevant plant species like alders, lichens, Casuarina, Myrica, liverworts, and Gunnera.

Market Analysis:

Rise in population and industrialization in BRICS nation will drive the major growth of the industrial gases market. Growth in associated industries such as transportation, food and beverages, metal fabrication and chemical manufacturing are some of the other drivers for the global industrial gases market. However, high costs of transportation and storage of industrial gases is expected to be a key challenge for market participants.

The report analyzes the industrial gases market in terms of market size, market share, and competitive analysis and also estimates the market in terms of revenue (USD million) for the period 2012 - 2018, deeming 2011 as the base year. The global industrial gases market is segmented into two major sub segments on the basis of products and geography. This market primarily includes nitrogen, oxygen, hydrogen, and carbon dioxide, argon, helium and acetylene. 

On the basis of geography, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and rest of the world (RoW) regions. In-depth analysis of various geographical factors affecting market dynamics are explained in the report.

The report provides competitive analysis of the market which includes market shares of major players in 2011. Furthermore, company profiles for some of the key players namely Air Liquide, Linde Group, Praxair Inc. and Air Products and Chemicals Inc., in terms of company overview, financial overview, business strategies, product portfolio and recent developments is available in the report.

According to a new market report published by Transparency Market Research “Industrial Gases Market (Hydrogen, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Carbon Dioxide, Argon, Helium, Acetylene) – Global and U.S. Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2012 – 2018,” the market was valued at USD 38.0 billion in 2011 and is expected to reach an estimated value of USD 58.4 billion in 2018, growing at a CAGR of 6.3% from 2012 to 2018.

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