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The Relationship between the Risk of Catastrophic Failure and the Size of the Scale Up Steps in Chemical Process Development

kilomentor | 16 October, 2012 17:51

 The Kilomentor Blog is now being continued and updated at www.kilomentor.com This particular article appears at http://www.kilomentor.com/2012/10/the-relationship-between-the-risk-of-catastrophic-failure-and-the-size-of-the-scale-up-steps-in-chemical-process-development

 


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Re: The Relationship between the Risk of Catastrophic Failure and the Size of the Scale Up Steps in Chemical Process Development

Curryworks | 06/11/2012, 05:06

One should consider solid phase DNA/RNA synthesis where starting materials can cost upward of $200K for industrial scale synthesis. In these reactions optimization is highly challenging since one can not run test reactions on scale without prohibitively expensive costs for failure.

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