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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 2009. ch003 49 Figure 2. Plot of pH for the final computed aqueous hydrothermal solution produced on reacting model Hadean Ocean water with komatiite over a range of temperatures using the program SUPCRT. Neutral pH is drawn for reference. Note the reduced nature of the alkaline solution (Eh) recorded in volts. ) Both reactions are kinetically and thermodynamically (21) challenged, requiring energy and catalysis (and later, enzymes) for their resolution (Figure 3).