PMID: 5919447Nov 11, 1966

Cyanoacetylene in prebiotic synthesis

Science
R A SanchezL E Orgel

Abstract

Cyanoacetylene is a major nitrogen-containing product of the action of an electric discharge on a mixture of methane and nitrogen. It reacts with simple inorganic substances in aqueous solution to give products including asparticacid, asparagine, and cytosine.

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