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There are four main electron carriers used by the electron transport chain. These are $NADH$, ${FADH}_2$, coenzyme-Q (CoQ) and cytochrome-C (Cyt-C). Each of these has a specific localization within the mitochondria. These locations directly relate to their function. Use the image below to identify where the electron carriers are primarily localized.

Mitocondrie. Digital image. Wikimedia Commons, 16 Jan. 2006. Web. 20 Sept. 2016.

$NADH$ is primarily found in the
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$FADH_2$ is primarily found in the
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CoQ is primarily found in the
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Cyt-C is primarily found in the
Select Option inner membrane (1)outer membrane (2)intermembrane space (3)matrix (4)
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