The Reactions of Condensation–Dehydration Occurring in Aqueous Alkaline Solutions at рН = 9–11 and t = 65–95 0C in the Process of Modeling of Primary Hydrosphere

Ignat Ignatov, Oleg Mosin


The reactions of condensation–dehydration occurring in alkaline aqueous solutions at t = 65–95 0C and рН = 9–11, resulting in synthesis from unorganic molecules the larger organic molecules as polymers and short polipeptides in the process of modeling of primary hydrosphere, were discussed, as well as the possible mechanisms of the deuterium accumulation in form of HDO in hot water. For this aim we performed experiments with hot mineral water and seawater from Bulgaria and water with varying content of deuterium using IR- and DNES-spectroscopy. As model systems were used cactus juice of Echinopsis pachanoi and Mediterranean jellyfish Cotylorhiza tuberculata. It was demonstrated that hot alkaline mineral water with temperature from +65 0C to +95 0C and the pH value from 9 to 11 is more suitable for the origination of life and living matter than other analyzed water samples. In hot mineral waters the local maximums in IR-spectra are more manifested compared to the local maximums obtained in IR-spectra of the same water at a lower temperature. The difference in the local maximums from +20 0C to +95 0C at each +5 0C according to the Student t-criterion makes up p < 0,05.

Keywords: deuterium, hydrosphere, evolution, origin of life, condensation-dehydratation, IR-spectroscopy.

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