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Physical chemistry
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2016, April
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Scientific article
U.D.C. 553.982 + 553.988

Studies of the recent years have shown that the Universe is so diverse and unique, that in its vast spaces one can find more and more chemical reactions considered impossible in space before. Convincing evidence for the theory of inorganic origin of oil on Earth is the presence of carbon, including its organic forms, in the near space - in meteorites, Solar System planets, their satellites, where no biogenic substances are present. The temperature in the Solar System ranges from -38 K to 700K. It was established that methane had been discovered in the atmosphere of planets of the Solar System - Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Pluto. It is shown that the satellite Titan has methane seas. On Pluto and its moons, as well as on the Neptune’s satellite Triton methane is found in the solid state. It is shown that the organic substances are also formed at low temperatures.

abiogenic oil, organic matter, biogenic matter, space, meteor, planet, moon, cryochemistry, reaction mechanism

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