Billions of years ago, Earth was an extremely hostile planet with active volcanoes, a harsh atmosphere, and no life. This prebiotic Earth, however, was filled with a wide array of abiotic organic molecules derived from its early environment, which underwent chemical reactions that eventually led to the origin of life.
Unlocking early Earth chemistry: Salt-induced changes in polyester microdroplet structure
- 9. 6 2023 (19:55)