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DOI: 10.5593/SGEM2014/B31/S12.100

THE STIMULATING EFFECT OF BIOMETALLS ON CREATION, TRANSFORMATION AND ACCUMULATION OF PRIMARY TRANSFORMATION PRODUCTION OF EPICONTINENTAL SEAS

K. Victoria
Wednesday 1 October 2014 by Libadmin2014

References: 14th International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM 2014, www.sgem.org, SGEM2014 Conference Proceedings, ISBN 978-619-7105-13-1 / ISSN 1314-2704, June 19-25, 2014, Book 3, Vol. 1, 783-790 pp

ABSTRACT
In this study, the author attempted to identify sources of income and accumulation of vanadium and nickel in oils. The author, not focusing on any of the two theories of "organic" and "inorganic " origin of oil, tried to objectively examine the involvement of vanadium and nickel in the life cycle of primary production and decomposition of organic matter epicontinental basins. The study also considered the findings of scientists from various related specialties: geochemists, oceanographers algologist, biochemists. It turned out that the vanadium and nickel forms stable complexes with various metal contents inherent in each of the individual fields. One of the distinctive properties of vanadium - polyvalency - the ability to change the valence of two or three valence juvenile to the pentavalent (form finding vanadium in oils). Valence of vanadium is in direct proportion to the degree of his participation in the life cycle and postmortem diogeneticheskih transformation of primary production. This article describes the impact of fluctuations in the content biometalov (vanadium and nickel) in water, as one of the most important factors of education of primary production epicontinental basins, where they get to the drain of the rivers. Experimental way transpired sources of vanadium in the river associated with tectonic faults. To set the geographic pattern of nickel contents decrease in the estuaries of the rivers from west to east (within the Russian Federation). The exact sources of nickel in the water of the rivers have not been established. This research confirms the importance of biometals (vanadium and nickel), not only in terms of their presence in the oil as a complex, but also directly participate in the carbon cycle.

Keywords: oil, vanadium, nickel, primary production, destruction of organic matter, tectonic faults