Microorganisms in the Presence of D2O and IR spectra in Hot Mineral Water with More Deuterium Atoms for Origin of Life and Living Matter

Ignat Ignatov, Oleg Mosin


In the present paper the isotopic composition of water and its temperature is analyzed. It was proposed an assumption, that under conditions of the primary O2 free atmosphere, under influence of short-wave solar radiation, geothermal energy and powerful spark discharges, HDO could be collected in hydrosphere, which physical-chemical properties differ from those of H2O. It were obtained adapted to the maximal concentration D2O cells of various microorganisms realizing methylotrophic, chemoheterotrophic, photoorganotrophic, and photosynthetic pathways of assimilation of carbon substrata, all biological material of which instead of hydrogen contains deuterium. Their studying will allow giving the answer as to function of deuterated macromolecules in conditions of primary hydrosphere and hot D2O-solutions. Also were performed experiments for the research of hot mineral, sea and mountain water from Bulgaria with IR spectroscopy.

Key words: deuterium, heavy water, hot mineral water, hydrosphere, evolution

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