Where Do Chemical Reactions Take Place in a Cell?

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Chemical reaction inside a cell takes place in the cytoplasm which is a fluid. These countless chemical reactions are responsible for activities of organisms and make up an organisms metabolism.
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whan a sperm cell enter the egg cell and make a baby thats the huge chemical reaction.
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A chemical reaction occurs when bonds between atoms in one compound break, and the atoms rearrange themselves with atoms from another compound where the bonds have broken. A chemical
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Cytoplasm is the protoplasm of a cell excluding the nucleus;
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That really depends on what kind of chemical reactions you are talking about. If you want to know where metabolism takes place (breaking down sugars into energy), that would be in
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