Where do electrons get their energy in photosystem 2

Where do electrons get their energy in photosystem 2

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  1. For the answer to the question, where do electrons get their energy in the light reactions? The answer is multiple choice letter D. From photons in solar energy.

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  2. answer:

    In (a) photosystem II, the electron comes from the splitting of water, which releases oxygen as a waste product. In (b) photosystem I, the electron comes from the chloroplast electron transport chain. The two photosystems absorb light energy through proteins containing pigments, such as chlorophyll.

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  3. That would be B. From energy in photons.

    Photons(from sunlight) give energy to electrons and “excite” them(sending them to a higher energy level). Electrons can then release this energy and excite other electrons in other chlorophyll molecules.

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