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AssignmentNameInstitutionAssignmentQ1Light intensity provides sufficient energy for the process of photosynthesis, increase in light intensity results to proportionate increase in the rate of photosynthesis up to the optimum level. The proposed process as per the paper is energy-dependent quenching (Telle, Gonzalez, & Donovan, 2007).Q2There is a fair consistency between the propose model of the process of photosynthesis and the spectra. The spectra show proportionate change in the process with change in energy (Telle, Gonzalez, & Donovan, 2007).Q3IVR excitation is intended to make comparison with the ground state IVR for S0 S1 and S2. It enables molecules to be in active state from where they can release energy to return to S0 (Telle, Gonzalez, & Donovan, 2007).Q5Quantum yield = number of molecules in the reaction/number of photons that the photoreactive substance absorbs.The fraction is expressed as a percentage by multiplying by 100.= 87.5%Q6Through studying measurement of vibrational excited and ground state energy. Molecules at S0, S1, and S2 have distinguishing characteristics. It can also be studied in an ESP spectroscopy. It involves e

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