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Physics Journal, Vol.2, No.2, Mar. 2016, Pub. Date: Jan. 18, 2016
About Complex Life-Related Stable Organic Systems Existing in the Interstellar Medium
Pages: 114-126 Views: 1051 Downloads: 892
Authors
[01] Michel Yurievich Dolomatov, Physical electronics and nanophysics department, Bashkir State University, Ufa, Russian Federation;Research laboratory «Physics of Electronic Processes and Nanophysics», Ufa State Academy of Economics and Service, Ufa, Russian Federation.
[02] Nadezhda Alexandrovna Zhuravleva, Research laboratory «Physics of Electronic Processes and Nanophysics», Ufa State Academy of Economics and Service, Ufa, Russian Federation;Ufa State Aviation Technical University, Ufa, Russian Federation.
Abstract
The present model, which was proposed by M. Dolomatov for the estimation of organic molecule resources in the Space, contained data about the temperature evolution of function of compound distribution on free energy. In this research the calculations were performed, confirming the fact that in the interstellar medium the normal distribution of compounds is saved. Besides the equilibrium thermodynamic model is confirmed for all molecules in giant molecules clouds. The data testify that the distribution of compounds is stable in the possible temperature range from 2K to 700 K. Therefore, the Space contains significant resources of organic molecules, which are necessary for the life origin.
Keywords
Complex Organic Systems in the Interstellar Medium, Life-Related Molecule Resources, Mathematical Model, Temperature Evolutions of Function of Compound Distribution on Free Energy
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