Free energy is released as electrons are transferred along the elec- tron transport chain from an electron donor (reducing agent or reductant) to an electron acceptor (oxidizing agent or oxidant). The electrons can be transferred as hydride ions (:H – ) to NAD + , as hydrogen atoms ( • H) to FMN, coenzyme Q, and FAD, or as elec- trons (e – ) to cytochromes.
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