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give one reason why reactions with a high atom economy are used in industry?
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give one reason why reactions with a high atom economy are used in industry?
With low atom economy, lots of waste is produced meaning the industry has to dispose of it somehow, which is expensive. It also uses up resources quickly making it even more expensive. The reaction is then unsustainable and less profitable
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With low atom economy, lots of waste is produced meaning the industry has to dispose of it somehow, which is expensive. It also uses up resources quickly making it even more expensive. The reaction is then unsustainable and less profitable
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