The separation of nitrogen is the first use of industrial gases.
The separation method is used to separate air from gas, such as nitrogen, argon, oxygen, hydrogen and gas.
Unusual gases such as the relative bulk gases
Inert gas: Helium He, sulfur hexafluoride SF6, carbon dioxide CO2, PTFE CF4, ethylene fluoride c2f6, butane c4f8, fluorine methane ch3f.
Flammable gas: Methyl silane SiH4, ethyl B2h6, phosphine PH3, two chloro-silane Sih2cl2, ammonia NH3, methane CH4, carbon monoxide Co.
Corrosive gas: Chlorine Cl2, fluorine F2, Hydrochloric HCl, hydrogen bromide HBR, tungsten hexafluoride WF6, ammonia NH3, nitrogen fluoride NF3, boron trichloride BCl3, silicon fluoride SiF4, hydrogen arsenide AsH3, CFCs ClF3, nitrous oxide emissions, silicon tetrachloride SiCl4, Arsenic (III) chloride AsCl3, boron trifluoride BF3.