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In photosynthesis, is chlorophyll considered a reactant, a product, or neither?
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In photosynthesis, is chlorophyll considered a reactant, a product, or neither?

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In photosynthesis, is chlorophyll considered a reactant, a product, or neither?
Sep 9, 2012

Chlorophyll is neither. It is present at the start, but does not get used up in the reaction. That would make it a catalyst.



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In photosynthesis, is chlorophyll considered a reactant, a product, or neither?
Sep 9, 2012

Chlorophyl is a catalyst.  It is neither consumed nor produced in a reaction, and is thus neither a reactant or product.



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