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1) At what point during cellular respiration do the electrons have the most energy? At what point do they have the least energy. (You should describe the molecule that electrons are part of at each of these points)

 

2) When electrons lose energy, that energy goes somewhere. Where does that energy go to immediately, and where is that energy at the end of cellular respiration.

3) Give an example of potential energy in Cellular Respiration. Give an example of kinetic energy in cellular respiration.

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