How Is Atp Formed?


ATP is formed during a specific stage of photosynthesis when a certain phosphate group is added to ADP. This process is called photophosphorylasion.
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ATP is formed by molecule, there is an energy carrying molecule called Triphosphate and there are three Phosphate molecule. These molecule joined together by covalent bonds, and create a new energy which is used to add inorganic phosphate to adenosine diphosphate (ADP).
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