In what phase of cellular respiration is water made?

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Water is made in the electron transport chain. The reason why is because of oxygen. In cellular respiration, oxygen is at the end of the electron chain to pick up electrons and hydrogen ions, which then forms water (H2O) Hope this helps!
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