Why did miller and urey use methane ammonia and hydrogen
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The Miller-Urey experiment was designed to simulate the conditions on Earth before the evolution of life. They placed ammonia, water, methane, and hydrogen in a flask.Then, they passed jolts of electricity through the mixture to simulate electrical storms. This resulted in the formation of organic compounds, including amino acids. Some scientists speculate that lightning was not present on early Earth. How could you modify the Miller-Urey experiment to reflect this idea? What energy source would you use to replace lightning?
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