The chemist Fritz Haber died at the age of 65. Here is all you want to know, and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
He is known as the Father of Chemical Warfare for his work deploying poisonous gases during World War I. He won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1918 for synthesizing ammonia, which is important in the development of fertilizers and explosives.
He married fellow chemist Clara Immerwahr in 1901.
Gaseous nitrogen combines with gaseous hydrogen in simple quantitative proportions to produce gaseous ammonia.
Agricultural husbandry essentially maintains the balance of bound nitrogen.
The Swedish Academy of Sciences has seen fit, by awarding the Nobel Prize, to honour the method of producing ammonia from nitrogen and hydrogen.
Under natural conditions, the soil does not lose its fixed nitrogen.