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Photosynthesis

7.5A Photosynthesis

TermDefinition
Radiant Energy Energy from the sun that reaches earth as visible light, and ultraviolet and infrared (heat) radiation.
Chemical Energy Energy stored in chemical bonds and released through chemical reactions.
Photosynthesis A chemical reaction during which plants convert radiant energy from the Sun to chemical energy; the reaction converts carbon dioxide and water into sugar (glucose).
Chemical Reaction A process by which two or more chemical substances interact and are chemically changed, producing different chemical substances.
Reactants A substance that takes part in and undergoes change during a reaction.
Products A substance produced during a chemical reaction.
Glucose Simple carbohydrates; produced by photosynthesis and used to store energy and build structural molecules.
Atom The smallest particle of an element, made of electrons, protons, and neutrons.
Molecule The simplest unit of a chemical compound that can exist, formed when two or more atoms join together chemically.