Formation of bioorganic compounds in aqueous solution induced by flames
Flames of flammable gases, when blown against a surface of an aqueous solution of organic compounds, were found to induce oxidation as well as other reactions in the solution. This reaction would be regarded as a new model for formation of bioorganic molecules in the primitive hydrosphere exposed to some radical-containing atmosphere.
KeywordsOxidation Atmosphere Aqueous Solution Organic Chemistry Geochemistry
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