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CHEM 4130o 3-5 pages typed, double spaced, Times New Roman size 12 font, 1” margins oBibliography and in-text citations with a minimum of 4 references, ACS Style CitationsoAny reactions included must be formatted using equation editing tools•CHEM 6130o5- 7 pages types, double spaced, Times New Roman size 12 font, 1” marginsoBibliography and in-text citations with a minimum of 6 references, ACS Style CitationsoAny reactions included must be formatted using equation editing toolsYour paper must include the following sections:1.Basic Product Infoa.What product is being discussed and why is it industrially important? How much is produced annually and who are the major producers? Where is this product made? How is the location relevant (as in, near ports, near raw materials, etc.)? What are the major feedstocks? b.What is the current industrial method of production (including a reaction or schematic)?c.Who developed the original method (include reference to original work)? How did this discovery come about (timeline from discovery to industrial implementation)?2.Advantages and Disadvantages a.Advantages of the current method. Why is this method used industrially?b.Disadvantages of the current method. What are the pitfalls? What long term effects are possible from these disadvantages?3.Alternative Methodsa.Using the literature, find at least two (CHEM 4130) / three (CHEM 6130) alternative methods proposed for the production of your chosen material.b.Explain the work (include reaction or schematic).c.List and elaborate on advantages.d.Determine any new disadvantages.4.Conclusiona.Based on your research, suggest the best path in the future for your industrially relevant product. Is the current way really the best? Are there attractive alternative methods currently being investigated that have promise for industrial application? Why or why not? This section is your educated opinion and is the only part of this paper you can use personal pronouns in