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Which of the following statements about the light reactions of photosynthesis are correct?

  1.

Pigments absorb light energy, which excites electrons.

  2.

The energy of the sun is captured as potential energy.

  3.

Water molecules split, providing a source of electrons.

  4.

None of the above

  5.

All of the above

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