A small company was exploring a novel multi-step route to a chemical product, and they had preliminary results from individual steps but without recycles or purifications. MATRIC worked with the customer’s team to develop practical process steps. At the same time, a conceptual integrated process design was prepared, and an economic model was developed. Results from the process development work were analyzed with the economic model, and it was concluded that the process was unlikely to be commercially viable. The company was able to redirect its efforts to an alternative approach.
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