How Does Atp Store Energy?


Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) stores energy by converting its chemical bond to a different form ADP. ADP is the uncharged form. By simply binding to a third phosphate you have a charged molecule again. You can find more information here: http://www. biologyinmotion. com/atp/index. html
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The Energy in an ATP molecule is stored in the bond between the phosphate groups. : THIS_IS_TRUE. " THIS IS TRUE.
ATP is stored inthe cytoplasm and secretory vesicles of neurons.
It is stored in the "high energy" bonds between two phosphate groups. So there are 2 "high energy" bonds in ATP: between the second and third phosphates, and between
Thanks for using AllExperts. ATP consists of adenosine, which is the junction of a double ring of carbon and nitrogen (adenine) to a ribose 5-carbon sugar, joined to three phosphate
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