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Component characteristics of organic matter in hydrothermal barnacle shells from Southwest Indian Ridge

In 2008–2009, hydrothermal barnacle and sediment samples were collected from the Southwest Indian Ridge during a survey of the China Ocean Mineral Resources R&D Association (COMRA). Samples were analyzed by gas chromatography-mass spectrometer (GC-MS), revealing the main organic constituents of hydr... Full description

Journal Title: Acta Oceanologica Sinica 2013, Vol.32(12), pp.60-67
Main Author: Huang, Xin
Other Authors: Zeng, Zhigang , Chen, Shuai , Yin, Xuebo , Wang, Xiaoyuan , Zhao, Huijing , Yang, Baoju , Rong, Kunbo , Ma, Yao
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ID: ISSN: 0253-505X ; E-ISSN: 1869-1099 ; DOI: 10.1007/s13131-013-0388-z
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title: Component characteristics of organic matter in hydrothermal barnacle shells from Southwest Indian Ridge
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  • Huang, Xin
  • Zeng, Zhigang
  • Chen, Shuai
  • Yin, Xuebo
  • Wang, Xiaoyuan
  • Zhao, Huijing
  • Yang, Baoju
  • Rong, Kunbo
  • Ma, Yao
subjects:
  • Southwest Indian Ridge
  • hydrothermal barnacle shell
  • hydrothermal sediment
  • organic matter
ispartof: Acta Oceanologica Sinica, 2013, Vol.32(12), pp.60-67
description: In 2008–2009, hydrothermal barnacle and sediment samples were collected from the Southwest Indian Ridge during a survey of the China Ocean Mineral Resources R&D Association (COMRA). Samples were analyzed by gas chromatography-mass spectrometer (GC-MS), revealing the main organic constituents of hydrothermal barnacle and sediment to be fatty acids and alkylbenzenes. N-alkanes which possessed obvious even carbon advantage were also detected in hydrothermal sediment. The high concentrations of aromatic compounds might be the result of macromolecular thermal alteration. Microorganism in the submarine hydrothermal ecosystem, especially those related to sulfur metabolism, might be the source of the high concentrations of fatty acids detected in these samples. In high temperature and high pressure hydrothermal environments, n-alkanes which possessed obvious even carbon advantage might originate from thermal alteration of carboxylic acids and other lipid compounds.
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abstractIn 2008–2009, hydrothermal barnacle and sediment samples were collected from the Southwest Indian Ridge during a survey of the China Ocean Mineral Resources R&D Association (COMRA). Samples were analyzed by gas chromatography-mass spectrometer (GC-MS), revealing the main organic constituents of hydrothermal barnacle and sediment to be fatty acids and alkylbenzenes. N-alkanes which possessed obvious even carbon advantage were also detected in hydrothermal sediment. The high concentrations of aromatic compounds might be the result of macromolecular thermal alteration. Microorganism in the submarine hydrothermal ecosystem, especially those related to sulfur metabolism, might be the source of the high concentrations of fatty acids detected in these samples. In high temperature and high pressure hydrothermal environments, n-alkanes which possessed obvious even carbon advantage might originate from thermal alteration of carboxylic acids and other lipid compounds.
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