The answer is ATP and NADPH (c)
Glucose, 2 oxygen
(C) . ATP and NADPH
The end products are glucose and oxygen molecule.
Photosynthesis is defined as a chemical process in which green plants use sunlight to produce glucose with the help of carbon dioxide and water. Oxygen gas is also released during this process.
In this process, light energy is converted to chemical energy.
The chemical reaction for the photosynthesis reaction follows the equation:
By Stoichiometry of the reaction:
6 moles of carbon dioxide reacts with 6 moles of water in the presence of light to produce 1 mole of glucose molecule and 6 moles of oxygen gas.
Hence, the end products are glucose and oxygen molecule.