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Ch. 2 Section 2

Ch. 2 Section 6

TermDefinition
energy the ability to do work
chemical reaction one or more substances combines to create one or more different substances
reactant the substances being used to create the products
product the product of the reactants
metabolism all the chemical reactions that occur in a chemical organism
activation energy the amount of energy needed to start the reaction
catalyst reduces the amount of activation energy that is needed
enzyme speeds up reactions
redox reaction reaction where electrons are transferred between atoms
oxidation reaction a reactant loses one or more electrons thus becoming more positive
reduction reaction reactant gains one or more electrons thus becoming more negative
Created by: zhaberstich