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An electrochemical gradient is formed by a concentration difference of a solute across a membrane. This chemical gradient is usually for an ion that is capable of passing through the membrane.
The process that forms the electrochemical gradient during photosynthesis is the :
A. movement of water by osmosis.
B. hydrolysis of ATP
C. pumping of H+ into the thylakoid lumen.
D. production of H+ in the stroma during NADPH production.
E. production of water from oxygen in the thylakoid lumen.
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