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Chemical evolution

Chemical evolution is a hypothesis which tries to explain how life might possibly develop from non-life (see abiogenesis). Various experiments have been made to show certain aspects of this process, the first ones were done by Miller in the 1950s. For that they are now called Miller experiments.

See also RNA_world_hypothesis



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