S. Miller’s Experiments in Modelling of Non-Equilibrium Conditions with Gas Electric Discharge Simulating Primary Atmosphere

Ignat Ignatov, Oleg Mosin


This paper outlines the data on the possibility of applying the Coronal gas discharge effect in modeling non-equilibrium conditions with gas electric discharge simulating conditions occurring in the primary atmosphere (electric sparks, lightning). The physical basis and technique of visualization of gas discharge (GD) glowing of water drops in alternating electric fields of high electrical voltage (5–30 kV) and frequency (10–150 kHz) as well as possible electrosynthesis of organic molecules from a mixture of inorganic substances as hydrogen (H2), methane (CH4), ammonia (NH3) and carbon monoxide (CO) in aqueous solutions of water exposed under electrical discharge, UV-radiation and thermal heating was examined. The colour coronal spectral gas discharge analysis, IR-spectroscopy, and NES-, and DNES-spectral analysis were applied for investigation of water samples of various origin, the samples of hot mineral, sea and mountain water obtained from various sources of Bulgaria, as well as cactus juice and Mediterranean jellyfish Cotylorhiza tuberculata obtained from the Aegean Sea (Chalkida, Greece). As a main parameter was measured the average energy of hydrogen bonds between H2O molecules in the process of cluster formation (dimmer, trimmer) and the function of the distribution of energies ∆f between individual H2O molecules compiles –0.1067±0.0011 eV. These data indicate that the origination of life and living matter depends on the structural and physical chemical properties of water, as well as the temperature and pH value.

Keywords: Color gas discharge effect, IR-spectroscopy, primary atmosphere, water, origin of life, S. Miller’s experiments.

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