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energy the ability to do work
chemical reaction when one or more substances change to produce one or more different substances
reactants on the left side of the equation; what will be arranged into a new compound
products on the right side of the equation
metabolism all of the chemical reactions that occur in an organism
activation energy the amount of energy needed to start the reaction
catalysts certain chemical reactions that reduce the amount of activation energy that is needed for a reaction to take place
enzyme a protein or RNA molecule that speeds up a metabolism without being permanently destroyed or changed
redox reactions electrons being transferred between atoms
oxidation reaction reactant losing one or more electrons, thus becoming more positive in charge
reduction reaction reactant gaining one or more electrons, thus becoming more negative in charge
Created by: taylorwagner