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EFFECTS OF MINERALS FOR EVOLUTION OF ORGANIC MATTER IN THE SOLAR SYSTEM

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  • 太陽系の有機物進化に対する鉱物の作用

Abstract

<p>Extraterrestrial organic matter provided by meteorites and interplanetary dust particles could have been contributed to the origin of life on the Earth. As a part of chemical evolution toward life, it is important to understand origin and evolution of organic matter in the Solar System and beyond. Formation and evolution of organic matter in the Solar System have been studied over decades. Although organic matter usually exists with minerals as in meteorites, effects of minerals for the processes of extraterrestrial organic matter are not well understood. Here I review the relationships between organic matter and minerals observed in meteorites, experimental studies of interactions of organic matter with minerals, and mechanisms of effects of minerals for organic reactions.</p>

Journal

  • Viva Origino

    Viva Origino 48 (3), 5-, 2020

    The Society for the Study of the Origin and Evolution of Life Japan

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  • CRID
    1390571426118925440
  • NII Article ID
    130008113734
  • DOI
    10.50968/vivaorigino.48_5
  • ISSN
    13466933
    09104003
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
    • CiNii Articles

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