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Diagnostic of nitrogen - methane atmospheric glow discharge used for a mimic of prebiotic atmosphere

MAZÁNKOVÁ, V. TÖRÖKOVÁ, L. KRČMA, F. MASON, N. MATĚJČÍK, Š.

Originální název

Diagnostic of nitrogen - methane atmospheric glow discharge used for a mimic of prebiotic atmosphere

Anglický název

Diagnostic of nitrogen - methane atmospheric glow discharge used for a mimic of prebiotic atmosphere

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en

Originální abstrakt

This work extends our previous investigation of nitrogen-methane (N2-CH4) atmospheric glow discharge for simulation chemical processes in prebiotic atmospheres. We present results obtained by optical emission spectroscopic (OES) observations. The theory of the evolution of life was given by Oparin and it is based on the possibility of the synthesis of organic compounds by abiotic processes from inorganic species. Possible energy sources for these processes include UV radiation, electric discharges, shock waves, radioactivity, cosmic rays, solar wind, volcanoes or hydrothermal vents. Sixty years ago, the Miller Urey experiment showed that many biologically important organic compounds, including sugars and amino acids, could be formed by methane, hydrogen, ammonia and water to spark discharge. They detected products like HCN, aldehydes, ketones and the ammonia in liquid water.

Anglický abstrakt

This work extends our previous investigation of nitrogen-methane (N2-CH4) atmospheric glow discharge for simulation chemical processes in prebiotic atmospheres. We present results obtained by optical emission spectroscopic (OES) observations. The theory of the evolution of life was given by Oparin and it is based on the possibility of the synthesis of organic compounds by abiotic processes from inorganic species. Possible energy sources for these processes include UV radiation, electric discharges, shock waves, radioactivity, cosmic rays, solar wind, volcanoes or hydrothermal vents. Sixty years ago, the Miller Urey experiment showed that many biologically important organic compounds, including sugars and amino acids, could be formed by methane, hydrogen, ammonia and water to spark discharge. They detected products like HCN, aldehydes, ketones and the ammonia in liquid water.

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@misc{BUT129772,
  author="Věra {Mazánková} and Lucie {Töröková} and František {Krčma} and Nigel {Mason} and Štefan {Matějčík}",
  title="Diagnostic of nitrogen - methane atmospheric glow discharge used for a mimic of prebiotic atmosphere",
  annote="This work extends our previous investigation of nitrogen-methane (N2-CH4) atmospheric glow discharge for simulation chemical processes in prebiotic atmospheres.  We present results obtained by optical emission spectroscopic (OES) observations. The theory of the evolution of life was given by Oparin and it is based on the possibility of the synthesis of organic compounds by abiotic processes from inorganic species. Possible energy sources for these processes include UV radiation, electric discharges, shock waves, radioactivity, cosmic rays, solar wind, volcanoes or hydrothermal vents. Sixty years ago, the Miller Urey experiment showed that many biologically important organic compounds, including sugars and amino acids, could be formed by methane, hydrogen, ammonia and water to spark discharge. They detected products like HCN, aldehydes, ketones and the ammonia in liquid water.",
  address="J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry of the CAS, v.v.i.",
  booktitle="Evolution of Chemical Complexity: From simple interstellar molecules to terrestrial biopolymers",
  chapter="129772",
  howpublished="print",
  institution="J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry of the CAS, v.v.i.",
  year="2016",
  month="september",
  publisher="J. Heyrovsky Institute of Physical Chemistry of the CAS, v.v.i.",
  type="abstract"
}