Identifiable Acetylene Features Predicted for Young Earth-like Exoplanets with Reducing Atmospheres undergoing Heavy Bombardment.

@article{Rimmer2019IdentifiableAF,
  title={Identifiable Acetylene Features Predicted for Young Earth-like Exoplanets with Reducing Atmospheres undergoing Heavy Bombardment.},
  author={P. Rimmer and M. Ferus and I. Waldmann and A. Kn'ivzek and D. Kalvaitis and O. Ivanek and P. Kubel{\'i}k and S. N. Yurchenko and T. Burian and J. Dost{\'a}l and L. Juha and R. Dudvzak and M. Krrus and J. Tennyson and S. Civivs and A. T. Archibald and A. Granville-Willett},
  journal={arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics},
  year={2019}
}
  • P. Rimmer, M. Ferus, +14 authors A. Granville-Willett
  • Published 2019
  • Physics, Materials Science
  • arXiv: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics
  • The chemical environments of young planets are assumed to be largely influenced by impacts of bodies lingering on unstable trajectories after the dissolution of the protoplanetary disk. We explore the chemical consequences of impacts within the context of reducing planetary atmospheres dominated by carbon monoxide, methane and molecular nitrogen. A terawatt high-power laser was selected in order to simulate the airglow plasma and blast wave surrounding the impactor. The chemical results of… CONTINUE READING
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