At the interface between the chemical and biological sciences and engineering and product development, engineers generally must consider several factors in the design and optimization of chemical synthesis processes, including transport behavior, reactor design, reaction kinetics, separations, and material costs. One critical factor that is often overlooked is the selection of an optimal combination of reactions for producing a product with the right behavior and properties.
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