Light is absorbed by piments list four pigments?
xanthophyll, chlorophyll a,chlorophyll b carotene
In photolysis, the solar energy absorbed by the chloroplasts is used to split water into hydrogen ions (H+) and oxygen gas. Two water molecules are consumed for every four electrons transferred to a photosystem. The solar energy/ electrons that are captured by the pigments in the photosystems are then used to form additional stable energy-rich molecules and to make ATP from ADP and Pi.
Can I save energy using one light instead of four in my kitchen light or is it the same no matter what?
Sunlight is a great thing. When you use a prism, you can see how it splits up the sunlight into all the colours of the rainbow. This is because the prism splits up the different wavelengths of the light. All wavelengths combined makes us see the light as white on a piece of white paper. This demonstrates the additive property of light. Paint however behaves differently. Paint does not really have a colour at all…
When engaged in four wheel drive light flashes but wont engage the shaft locks but no four wheel actuator is not pushing out in my 97 Tahoe?
How long does it take light to travel from Alpha Centauri the nearest star to the sun to the solar system?
There are many different types of drugs but the four routes drugs enter the body are Inhalation, Injection, Absorption, and Ingestion. These four ways can be broken down further as to how they are injected, absorbed etc... but all things essentially enter our blood stream in one of the four ways. ~J
Four pigments in leaves, chlorophyll, carotenoids, anthocyanins and tannins are responsible for leaf color changes. Cartenoids are responsible for the yellow and orange pigments of leaves. They reside in the chloroplasts and assist chlorophyll in the photosynthesis process. As chlorophyll diminishes, the color changes. Anthocyanins cause leaves to turn to red. It is formed in the cell sap that resides inside the vacuole.
Here are some characteristics of compounds: Compounds are made up of 2 or more elements and they are all chemically bonded. The properties of a compound are different from the elements that make it up. Compounds can be broken back into elements by chemical reaction, exposure to light, etc. Compounds can be separated only chemically, not by physical means The mass of the compound is determined by the mass of the elements that make it…