## Homochirality In iron-rich ponds, the iron oxide minerals form the occasional sediments of the ponds, and these sediments provide both resources necessary to break the chiral symmetry.
- Reduced moves
- Making of crystals
- Crystals are chirally enriched
- Crystals increase the return purity of the surface they form on them
- If we run this loop several times, we see that the nucleotide chains with chambers are homochiral.
SUMMARY: Electrons create a chiral interaction. Magnetic mineral surfaces teach us these chiral electrons. And these magnetic surfaces can break chiral symmetry