Chemical formula for photosynthesis
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Check out the balanced equation for the combustion reaction that take place in a propane grill:
C3H8 + 5O2 → 4H2O + 3CO2 + energy
Whether you consider cooking, souring, fermenting or burning, there is a chemical reaction accompanying these everyday processes.
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Energy used by cells is chemical energy in the form of ATP.
Overall equation for aerobic cellular respiration: C6H12O6 + 6O2 → 6CO2 + 6H2O + energy (36 ATPs)
Chemical Reactions and the Natural Environment
Anaerobic respiration describes a set of chemical reactions that allow cells to gain energy from complex molecules without oxygen.
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The net reaction for photosynthesis is misleadingly simple. A series of reactions, calledlight-dependent reactions, start by the absorption of light by pigments (not just chlorophyll, ascommonly misunderstood) in plant cells. This is followed by a series of light-independentreactions, so named not because they happen in the dark but because they do not directly involvelight; however, they involve the products of reactions stimulated by light, so they ultimatelydepend on light. The whole series of reactions involves many chemicals, enzymes, breaking andmaking chemical bonds, the transfer of electrons and H+ions, and other chemical processes. The elucidation of the actual steps of photosynthesis - aprocess still unduplicated artificially - is a major achievement of modern chemistry.
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All life on Earth is ultimately based on photosynthesis - the process by which plants absorb CO2and H2O from their environment and, in the presence of sunlight, convert those substances into a simplesugar (glucose) and ultimately starches and other building blocks of life. The net photosynthesischemical reaction is as follows: