Descriptions. NADH & FADH 2 NADH – Created from NAD+ and a H with two electrons – Used for transportation of Electrons to make ATP – Is a coenzyme FADH

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Descriptions Slide 2 NADH & FADH 2 NADH Created from NAD+ and a H with two electrons Used for transportation of Electrons to make ATP Is a coenzyme FADH 2 Created from FAD and a H with two electrons Used for transportation of Electron to make ATP Is a coenzyme Both are forms of energy that later turn to ATP Slide 3 Acetyl CoA, C2, C4, C6, C4 Acetyl CoA Combines with the C2(O) and enters Krebs cycle Acetyl Coenzyme A C4 is the number of carbon atoms after the Pyruvate has combined with the Acetyl CoA C6 is the number of carbon atoms after the (Acetyl CoA and C2) combine with water and oxaloacetate. After this reaction there is no longer Aceryl CoA in the molecule. C4 is the number of carbon atoms after the C6 molecule releases CO2, H, and electrons Also known as oxaloacetate.