The electron transport chain is a chemical reaction where electrons are transferred from a high-energy molecule to a low-energy molecule. These reactions can be used to convert energy from sunlight in photosynthesis or e... More »

The Austin Community College electron transport page explains that as electrons travel down the transport chain, the electrons are transferred between protein complexes and lose energy that is used to pump protons across... More »

Most of the activity of the electron transport chain occurs in a cell's mitochondrial inner membrane. This is where the electron transport chain gets the proteins it needs to function properly. More »

The Austin Community College electron transport page explains that as electrons travel down the transport chain, the electrons are transferred between protein complexes and lose energy that is used to pump protons across... More »

Rotenone is in the class of electron transport inhibitors, which bind at some point on the transport chain, keeping electrons from moving. This stops cellular respiration from taking place at all through that particular ... More »

The electron transport chain takes place in the membranes of the mitochondria in eukaryotic cells. Electron transport is the last stage of cell respiration. The chain passes high-energy electrons formed during glycolysis... More »

VSEPR, or valence shell electron pair repulsion, is a model used to predict the geometry of a molecule. This arrangement is a result of the electron pairs that surround the central atom. More »