Journal :   Asian Journal of Research in Chemistry

Volume No. :   5

Issue No. :  9

Year :  2012

Pages :   1150-1154

ISSN Print :  0974-4169

ISSN Online :  0974-4150


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Heat Induced Synthesis of Amino Acids from Reaction System Comprised of Acetylene, Ammonia and Water Vapour in Presence and Absence of Metal Oxides (Silica and alumina) under Wetting-Drying Conditions of Primitive Earth



Address:   Kavita Gururani*, Chandra Kala Pant, Pramod Pandey and Namrata Pandey
Department of Chemistry, D.S.B. Campus, Kumaun University, Nainital 263002,Uttarakhand ,India
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ABSTRACT:
It is widely accepted that the origin of life processes began with the formation of important biomonomers from simple molecules present in the prebiotic environment. That the earth had a reducing atmosphere in its early stages was proposed by Oparin1 and his arguments being extended by Bernal2 and Urey3. It has been accepted that the reducing primordial earth atmosphere consisted of hydrides of carbon, nitrogen and oxygen. The earth wrapped in a heavy blanket of all these hydrides was continuously acted upon by various available energy sources4-5. Metal carbides and nitriles might have afforded hydrocarbons and ammonia respectively on reacting with water. Thus the primordial atmosphere of the earth mainly comprised of CH4, CH3, H2 and H2O as well as H2S.
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Heat Induced Synthesis of Amino Acids from Reaction System Comprised of Acetylene, Ammonia and Water Vapour in Presence and Absence of Metal Oxides (Silica and alumina) under Wetting-Drying Conditions of Primitive Earth.
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Kavita Gururani, Chandra Kala Pant, Pramod Pandey,Namrata Pandey. Heat Induced Synthesis of Amino Acids from Reaction System Comprised of Acetylene, Ammonia and Water Vapour in Presence and Absence of Metal Oxides (Silica and alumina) under Wetting-Drying Conditions of Primitive Earth. Asian J. Research Chem. 5(9): September, 2012; Page 1150-1154.
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