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Definition of Abiotically
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Literary usage of Abiotically
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1. In-Situ Bioremediation of Ground Water and Geological Material: A Review of ...by Robert D. Norris by Robert D. Norris (1995)
"CA is relatively stable biologically, but abiotically can be transformed into ethanol and chloride, thus rendering it relatively nontoxic. ..."
2. Exploring Organic Environments in the Solar System by National Research Council (U.S.) (2007)
"They can form abiotically (CH4 to typically decane, under hydrous conditions even to > C35)2 and biotically by direct synthesis or by geological degradation ..."
3. AMERICAN THEOCRACY Unpacked: Arguments Disassembled, Implications Examined by Nimble Books LLC (2006)
"I WAS ALSO DISAPPOINTED that Phillips did not mention or acknowledge the minority view that oil is abiotically generated by geologic processes within the ..."