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Classical Homogeneous Catalyst Separation Technology

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2.8 Concluding Remarks

Consider the effect of every impurity or potential impurity in every feedstock, in the solvents in the ligand and in the catalyst. What harm, if any, will befall the product or catalyst if these impurities enter the process, and in particular, if they accumulate? Is the product stable in both the reaction and separation system? If byproducts form, what affect will they have on the process and catalyst life?

After considering the direct and byproduct chemistry, the next most important thing to do is to pilot the process with all recycle loops closed. Remember the principal that the only things in chemistry that matter are temperature and concentration. By closing the recycle loops, the concentrations of process components build to equilibrium levels, and process parameters can be adjusted sooner.

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Bryant, D.R. (2006). Classical Homogeneous Catalyst Separation Technology. In: Cole-Hamilton, D.J., Tooze, R.P. (eds) Catalyst Separation, Recovery and Recycling. Catalysis by Metal Complexes, vol 30. Springer, Dordrecht . https://doi.org/10.1007/1-4020-4087-3_2

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