What Happens When a Phosphate Group Is Removed from an Atp Molecule?

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When a phosphate group is removed from an ATP molecule (adenosine tri phosphate), a n ADP molecule (adenosine di phosphate) molecule is formed. ATP molecules are released during muscle contraction when the phosphate is used to create energy.
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