This topic is confusing me.
As I understand it, in the PS2, photons are used to split water into molecular oxygen + protons and electrons in the oxygen-evolving complex. To do this, a photon is used to excite an electron in the P680, this electron is then released to go through the electron transport chain and somehow the oxygen-evolving complex gets energy from it to make water endure a "photochemical reaction" as described in my biology book.
But how the electron can transfer its energy to the oxygen-evolving complex if it went directly to the electron transport chain? how the energy produced in the P680 transported to the Oxygen-evolving complex?
I would appreciate simple terms as I'm still a college student.