The low concentration of organic molecules in the waters of the primary ocean could be overcome in the following ways:
1. Adsorption of organic matter of the primary ocean in finely porous, very thin clays of the tidal zone. This significantly increased their concentration.
2. The localization of these adsorbents mainly in the tidal and surf zone, which ensured the constant mixing of substances with each other and increased the frequency of biochemical reactions.
3. Coacervation processes, which allowed the polymers to concentrate within one drop at an extremely low concentration in solution.
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