By Michael C. Flickinger, Stephen W. Drew
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While for basic, large-volume chemicals yields of 98 or 99% are absolutely essential, the situation in fine chemicals calls for 90–95% yield, and in the initial stage of production of extreme performance chemicals, such as pharmaceuticals, yields of > 80% are very acceptable; sometimes values down to 50% have to be encountered. Acceptable yields depend on the number of process steps, including product isolation. If all the steps are assumed to fetch 90% yield, the overall yield depends on the number of steps n as in Eq.
Encyclopedia of Bioprocess Technology by Michael C. Flickinger, Stephen W. Drew