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In bacterial photosynthesis, the hydroquinone diffuses to the next component of the apparatus, a proton pump called the cytochrome bc1 complex. This complex oxidizes the hydroquinone back to a quinone, using the energy released to translocate protons across the membrane and establish a proton concentration and charge imbalance (proton motive force, pmf). The oxidation process is ultimately driven, via various cytochrome redox relays, by the oxidized special pair, which becomes reduced to its initial state.
Nevertheless, a large fraction of the carbon (and oxygen) of this CO2 is converted into the multitude of molecules that jointly form biomass. Although Artiﬁcial Photosynthesis 49 only part of this biomass can be made available for human use, this is a very signiﬁcant part. This is ﬁrst and foremost because it provides us both directly and indirectly (ie, as feed for husbandry animals) with the food that we humans consume. Nevertheless, a signiﬁcant second use of this ﬁxed carbon is that it provides us with new, renewable (eg, construction) materials and with renewable energy.
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