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Photosynthesis

7.5A Photosynthesis

TermDefinition
RADIANT ENERGY Energy from the sun that reaches earth as visible light, & ultraviolet/infrared (heat) radiation.
CHEMICAL ENERGY Energy stored in chemical bonds & released through chemical reactions.
PHOTOSYNTHESIS Chemical reaction in which plants convert Sun's radiant energy into chemical energy; converts carbon dioxide & water into glucose & oxygen; photo=light.
CHEMICAL REACTION Process by which 2 or more chemical substances interact & are chemically changed, producing different chemical substances.
REACTANTS Substance that takes part in & undergoes change during a reaction.
PRODUCTS Substance produced during a chemical reaction.
GLUCOSE Simple carbohydrates produced by photosynthesis; used to store energy & build structural molecules.
ATOM Smallest particle of an element, made of electrons, protons, & neutrons.
MOLECULE Simplest unit of a chemical compound that can exist, formed when 2 or more atoms join together chemically.
Created by: trauberk