Oxidation pathways for formic acid under low temperature hydrothermal conditions; implications for the chemical and isotopic evolution of organics on Mars

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Full Title
Oxidation pathways for formic acid under low temperature hydrothermal conditions; implications for the chemical and isotopic evolution of organics on Mars
Author(s)
Foustoukos D, Stern J
Publication Title
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta
Publication Date
2012 Jan 1
DOI
10.1016/j.gca.2011.10.016
ISSN
0016-7037
Volume
76
First Page
14
Last Page
28
Keyword(s)
acids, biochemistry, C-13/C-12, carbon, chemical composition, chemical reactions, cosmochemistry, experimental studies, formic acid, geochemistry, hydrothermal conditions, isotope ratios, isotopes, kinetics, low temperature, magnetite, Mars, Mossbauer spectra, organic acids, organic compounds, oxidation, oxides, planets, spectra, stable isotopes, temperature, terrestrial planets, water, water-rock interaction
Citation
Foustoukos D, Stern J. Oxidation pathways for formic acid under low temperature hydrothermal conditions; implications for the chemical and isotopic evolution of organics on Mars. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta. 2012;76 14-28.
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