A mobile, lipid soluble carrier of two electrons present in chloroplasts

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A mobile, lipid soluble carrier of two electrons present in chloroplasts is ____________

A. PQB

B. Q

C. Cytochrome c

D. Plastocyanin

The question was asked during an interview.

The query is from The Central Photochemical Event : Light-Driven Electron Flow in chapter Oxidative Phosphorylation and Photophosphorylation of Biochemistry

Right choice is A. PQB

To explain I would say: Q is present in mitochondria; cytochrome c and plastocyanin are water-soluble protein that carries one electron.