no, Im not sure about every reaction but of you line up all the known compositions, there are but a few modes of reaction,combination,bonding, surface reactions etc.
I think research is now howing that "abiogenesis" was a chemical response to an environmental condition. We do knwo petty much how a proto cell wall was created(that is basically a series of polymerizations of fatty acid monomers, stuff which will resolve itself in self directed reactions (thats been known for quite a while)
Earliest life did NOT have nuclei just like prokaryotes we know of. The only thing I have no idea which dirction was followed was the actual chemistry of nutrition and reproduction.
vidence does NOT support some series of "poofery". Life seems to have slowly risen via time, acquiring" more and more complex structures after evidence of aborted tries and most of the time of the planet.
I see that some UK an Oz scientists have found fossil evidence of hard shell animals 50 million years before what we called the Cambrian Explosion.
You've got your work cut out for you to be convincing about an IDer, because as time and research proceeds, we find more and more data that refutes thebases by which rapid appearance and "Irreducible complexity" has rested.