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(2020) A Sketch for a Photolytic History of Organic Molecules in the Solar System

Orthous-Daunay F-R, Piani L, Flandinet L, Thissen R, Wolters C, Vuitton V, Poch O, Moynier F, Sugawara I, Naraoka H & Tachibana S


This presentation is the The Geochemical Journal Award 2020.

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01c: Plenary Hall, Thursday 25th June 05:30 - 05:33

François-Régis Orthous-Daunay View abstracts at 4 conferences in series
Laurette Piani
Laurène Flandinet
Roland Thissen View abstracts at 3 conferences in series
Cédric Wolters
Véronique Vuitton
Olivier Poch View abstracts at 2 conferences in series
Frédéric Moynier View all 5 abstracts at Goldschmidt2020 View abstracts at 4 conferences in series
Iyo Sugawara
Hiroshi Naraoka View abstracts at 13 conferences in series
Shogo Tachibana View all 3 abstracts at Goldschmidt2020

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Submitted by Aki Takigawa on Wednesday 24th June 14:14
The temperature of moon and Ryugu in the day time reached higher than room T. Are another reactions expected at higher T? Do depolymerization rates just increase at higher T?

Submitted by Aki Takigawa on Wednesday 24th June 14:24
The sapphire substrate may simulate the silicate minerals in CC. Could other minerals such as small metal grains in meteorites enhance/modify the reaction network as a catalyst?

Submitted by My Riebe on Wednesday 24th June 15:32
Would other processes such as heating also lead to loss of the same small compounds? If so, would that result in a different fingerprint that can be distinguished from the UV one?

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