Some Compositional and Kinetic Controls on the Bioenergetic Landscapes in Oceanic Basement

@inproceedings{Bach2016SomeCA,
  title={Some Compositional and Kinetic Controls on the Bioenergetic Landscapes in Oceanic Basement},
  author={Wolfgang Bach},
  booktitle={Front. Microbiol.},
  year={2016}
}
This contribution assesses the availability of catabolic energy for microbial life during water-rock reactions in the flanks of mid-ocean ridges, where basaltic and ultramafic rocks interact with circulating seawater. In addition to equilibrium thermodynamic computations, results for kinetic reaction paths are presented. In these calculations, it is assumed that dissolution of olivine and basalt glass control the rates of hydrogen forming reactions in ultramafic and basaltic rocks, respectively… CONTINUE READING
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