The parageneses thermodynamic analysis of chemoautotrophic CO2 fixation archaic cycle components, their stability and self-organization in hydrothermal systems.

@article{Marakushev2009ThePT,
  title={The parageneses thermodynamic analysis of chemoautotrophic CO2 fixation archaic cycle components, their stability and self-organization in hydrothermal systems.},
  author={Sergey A. Marakushev and Ol'ga V Belonogova},
  journal={Journal of theoretical biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={257 4},
  pages={588-97}
}
The parageneses physico-chemical analysis based on a method of thermodynamic potentials has been used to study the system of C-H-O organic compounds, which are, in particular, components of biomimetically built primordial cycles of carbon dioxide chemoautotrophic fixation. Thermodynamic data for aqueous organic compounds allowed one to construct the chemical potential diagrams and establish the areas of thermodynamic stability (facies) of components of CO2 fixation pathways in hydrothermal… CONTINUE READING

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