tell me if im right about this

in the biochemical process

hydrogen + carbon dioxide -> carbohydrate + water

the source of the hydrogen would be H2O, right?

other choices are C6H12O6 (which is a sugar i think), PGAL, or ATP (energy)

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  1. yes, you are correct. hydrogen is extracted from water.

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