Influence of Oxychlorine Phases During the Pyrolysis of Organic Molecules: Implications for the Quest of Organics on Mars with the SAM Experiment Onboard the Curiosity Rover

Abstract : This work facilitates the interpretation of the SAM detections, especially regarding the chlo- rinated compounds found on Mars. The reaction prod- ucts obtained after the pyrolysis of the organics mixed with the perchlorates and/or chlorates improved the understanding of the behavior of organic matter during SAM pyrolysis experiments on Mars where chlorina- tion, oxidation or oxychlorination are taking place. These experiments are also helpful to prepare future analyses and the best pyrolysis procedures to be done with the MOMA GC-MS experiment that will be onboard the Exomars 2020 mission.
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Maeva Millan, Cyril Szopa, A. Buch, Imène Belmahdi, Daniel Glavin, et al.. Influence of Oxychlorine Phases During the Pyrolysis of Organic Molecules: Implications for the Quest of Organics on Mars with the SAM Experiment Onboard the Curiosity Rover. 48th LPSC Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Mar 2017, Houston, United States. ⟨hal-01815529⟩

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